Hectic weekends make tired Mondays. Here’s how we survive.
One of the great temptations for new home educators is to bring a traditional, assembly line, children-stuck-at-desks, seven-subjects-each-day-in-50-minute-increments approach to their home education. That approach is not working very well for the schools and their students, so why would we bring it into our homes with our children? Sometimes, we are tempted to do that […]
As a veteran home school mom who began home schooling at the point of having two children, then adding several more babies, a couple major moves and all kinds of disruptions plus a thriving home based business, I have done our schooling just about every way possible. We have had a very traditional schedule as […]
Switching from Homeschool to Public School Just as people have many reasons for homeschooling their children, they also have many reasons for putting them back in public school. Many people feel it is best to keep the children home when they are young because the parents feel more confident teaching the elementary curriculum. When the […]