Homeschool

Considering Homeschooling? Curriculum For Your First Year

Masterbooks I thought I would write a follow up to my last post on Homeschooling Resources. I've been receiving several messages from friends and followers about curriculum suggestions. I am very excited how many are choosing to homeschool this year. I'm also honored they have reached out to me for advice. I have tried my… Continue reading Considering Homeschooling? Curriculum For Your First Year

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Considering Homeschooling? Resources and Research to Get Started

So many are considering homeschooling this year due to Covid. All of my homeschool groups on social media are exploding with new members. If that's you.... welcome!!! It takes a lot of courage to consider this lifestyle for your family. We were accidental homeschoolers too. It wasn't in our original plan but it was in… Continue reading Considering Homeschooling? Resources and Research to Get Started

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Our Year Round Sabbath Schedule: Homeschool 2020-21

Wow! In one week we start school! We always have a soft opening the week after the 4th of July. Starting sooner than usual allows us to take a lot of breaks throughout the year and not get burnt out. It gets pretty hot in the south by July, so the kids are usually indoors… Continue reading Our Year Round Sabbath Schedule: Homeschool 2020-21

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Reading Resources + Handwriting Help

I've been asked recently what our favorite resources are for strengthening little hands and helping kids to read or write. Our children with autism and dyslexia have enjoyed these tools and we've seen great improvement! If your child struggles with reading, handwriting, story telling, or fine motor skills.... give some of these a try. Some… Continue reading Reading Resources + Handwriting Help

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Unit Study: Seeds, Trees, and Leaves

We finished up our science unit on bugs last month. I decided to pause our usual science lessons and do a quick unit study on trees and leaves. The leaves have been beautiful this year! The kids love going on leaf hunts and running back home to identify them in their books. They really enjoyed… Continue reading Unit Study: Seeds, Trees, and Leaves

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Morning and Tea Time with A Gentle Feast (2019-2020)

I've been following A Gentle Feast for quite some time and decided to try them this year. I purchased a few of their morning time packets to see which I could use with The Kind Kingdom European study. We will blend Cycle 1 morning time packet from A Gentle Feast with The Kind Kingdom study… Continue reading Morning and Tea Time with A Gentle Feast (2019-2020)

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Our Family’s Morning Basket Favorites

Our school days are slooooowly returning. The first thing I add back in is Morning Time! It is our favorite time of the day. We gather around for breakfast or a snack and read together. Morning Time is done "family style" with all of our children (ages 5-9) joining in as we loop through each… Continue reading Our Family’s Morning Basket Favorites

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Printing your Peaceful Press Curriculum

Summer is in full swing which means it's that time of the year again! Do you spend time over the summer planning and ordering your homeschool curriculum? I secretly LOVE it. Image Credit: Peaceful Press Have you tried any curriculum published by The Peaceful Press? We literally own everything they have ever made! We use… Continue reading Printing your Peaceful Press Curriculum