Creating Independence in Your Homeschool | Project Time and Independent Learning

This post may contain affiliate links. Welcome to my homeschooling series about helping children become independent not only with their schoolwork but also with their overall learning.  This article is part 5 of a 5 part series. Click on over HERE to… Continue Reading →

Creating Independence in Your Homeschool | Setting Your Day Up for Success

Welcome to my homeschooling series about helping children become independent not only with their schoolwork but also with their overall learning.  This article is part 4 of a 5 part series. Click on over HERE to read the other posts in this… Continue Reading →

Readers in Residence Volume 1 (Sleuth) | Review

I have a brand new curriculum to share with you!  Introducing you to new things is one of those privileges I relish in my life as homeschool curriculum reviewer.  Especially when the product comes from a trusted company that has… Continue Reading →

Creating Independence in Your Homeschool | Choosing the Right Curriculum

Welcome to my homeschooling series about helping children become independent not only with their schoolwork but also with their overall learning.  This article is part 3 of a 5 part series. Click on over HERE to read the other posts in… Continue Reading →

Creating Independence in Your Homeschool | Setting and Teaching Expectations

Welcome to my homeschooling series about helping children become independent not only with their schoolwork but also their overall learning.  This post is part 2 of 5 parts.  Click on over here HERE to read the other posts in this series. Today I… Continue Reading →

Why Independent Learning is Important

Welcome to my homeschooling series about helping children become independent not only with their schoolwork but also their overall learning.  This post is part 1 of 5 parts.  Click on over here HERE to read the other posts in this series. It… Continue Reading →

Today is Easter

Are You Separated From a Loved One this Easter? This Post is for You!

How to Cope with Being Away From a Loved One on Easter Guest Post by Kelli Brewer kelli@deploycare.org Please visit her website deploycare.org and support our military and their families year round.  Holidays are a special time that many people love to… Continue Reading →

5 Days of Creating Independence In Your Homeschool | Homeschool Blog Hop

Have you ever dreamed of up waking up in the morning, pouring yourself a cup of coffee, and sitting back as your children independently complete their homeschool assignments, all on their own?  Doesn’t it sound like total bliss?  Right now… Continue Reading →

How Goal Setting and Daily Meetings Guide Our Homeschool

I have a confession to make.  Homeschooling 3 children, with three different sets of strengths and weaknesses, with three completely (and sometimes opposite) personalities, at three different academic (and emotional) levels all while trying to create a fun and stimulating… Continue Reading →

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