Homeschooling Through the Long Winter Months

We wander down the path, the girls stopping to climb trees and me soaking up every ray of burnt amber light. This time of year, the day begins to wane while it's still afternoon. And the sunshine? We didn't get too much of it last month so we're making the most of it when it … Continue reading Homeschooling Through the Long Winter Months

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A Peek Into Our Homeschool Day

I creak my eyes open and fumble for my phone, trying desperately to figure out how to snooze the soft music that sounds too loud in the stillness. It's time to wake up and I'm not ready. Within minutes, I hear the slapping of little feet on hardwood in the hallway. It's my littlest, and she … Continue reading A Peek Into Our Homeschool Day

Three Things to Remember When Homeschooling is Hard

  Week three. I've already threatened to send the kids to school. More than once. September is a hard month. It's not just September. Homeschooling is a hard gig. It is by far the hardest thing I've ever done and will probably be the hardest thing I'll ever do. It's messy. Keeping up with the general tidying, … Continue reading Three Things to Remember When Homeschooling is Hard

Easy Homeschool Planning

  School will be underway in just a few weeks, which means this is the time to start all the heavy-duty planning. There are SO many ways to schedule a homeschool day. Scheduling methods are extremely personal and vary based on preferred homeschool philosophy, teaching style, personality, curriculum, etc. I've met people who create complicated, colour-coded … Continue reading Easy Homeschool Planning