5 Tips for Board Gaming with Multiple Ages

5 Tips for Board Gaming with Multiple Ages Board gaming sounds like such an ideal activity for a homeschool family. It encompasses all that we hold in high regard: together time, fun and laughter, real-life learning and social skill development. But if you are homeschooling multiple age-groups of children, it...

Why Mama Needs a Hobby

Why Mama Needs a Hobby As a homeschooling mom to three, I see that title and look a little askance, just like I expect you’re doing. I have three children to educate who are in approximately 8,253 activities. Each. They need to eat seven times a day. I have this thing about clean underwear;...

How to Make Homeschool Resolutions You Can Keep

How to Make Homeschool Resolutions You Can Keep It’s the new year and if you are like most homeschool moms, then you are hashing out which New Year’s resolutions you want to make. And while we are deciding to lose another ten pounds and keep our bathroom cabinets organized, another area we might...

Easy Tips for Poetry Tea Parties

Easy Tips for Poetry Tea Parties We have been doing poetry tea parties since the kids were really little. I stumbled on the concept from Charlotte Mason home educators like Julie Bogart and Elizabeth Foss well before my own kids were school-aged and fell in love with the ideas of pulling out the nice...
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