What is the number one thing you are thankful for in your homeschool? This month over on Minnesota Country Girl homeschool bloggers from all over the world have come together to each share the one thing they are most thankful for in their homeschool. I have heard so many different things I have heard homeschoolers… Continue reading The #1 Thing I am Thankful For In Our Homeschool
Do you read daily with your children? At the beginning of 2018 we undertook our very first family reading challenge. We set a goal of reading 100 books in just 30 Days. We already read several books together every day; this target wasn't to difficult for us and even with a big move abroad… Continue reading 30 Day Learning Through Literature Challenge
Tidying up is not something that appears to come naturally to my children. Does it for yours? Luckily, for us all tidying up is one life skill that can be taught. Teaching our children life skills is something we should all be adding to our daily homeschool schedules. Helping to keep their homes tidy… Continue reading Tidying Up – Life Skills for Homescoolers
Recently, one of my readers asked me; “How do you define a book as a classic?” The question of what makes a book a classic was one I pondered myself when I started reading more with my children. I thought this question deserved a bit more attention and that my answer may also help you… Continue reading What Makes a Book a Classic?
Do you ever walk through a room and see something that makes you smile? Maybe it is a photo or a card from a special person in your life. Do you know why companies use pictures to sell us stuff? Pictures are the easiest way to send us a message, to get us excited or… Continue reading 3 Ways to Calm Your Child Down with Pictures