Why Summer Is the Perfect Time to Add Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids to Your Homeschool

Using Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids for Summer Learning

*This post was sponsored by Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids and contains affiliate links. See disclosure for details.  Foreign languages have always been on our homeschool to-do list, but it’s been hard to dive into learning a new language during our regular school year. Thankfully I’ve discovered another opportunity to approach[Read more]

10 Pablo Picasso Books for Children

10 Pablo Picasso Books for Children

Since Pablo Picasso is my son’s favorite artist, it’s no wonder we’ve enjoyed our share of Picasso books for children throughout the years. Today I’m sharing some of those reading choices so you can enjoy them with your kids. (This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Most of[Read more]

Together: The Greatest Gift of the Homeschool Life

Together: The Greatest Gift of the Homeschool Life

Together. If I had to choose one word to describe the life we get to live because of our call to home education, that’s it. With the breakneck pace that so many families choose today, that’s not something to take for granted. Because of our homeschool life, together happens by default. I’ve[Read more]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal: The Time I Broke His Spirit

Homeschool Mother's Journal: The Time I Broke His Spirit

I’m well aware that my words shape who my children become. I hate to start off so heavy, but my words matter. Not just the words of instruction, encouragement, and general conversation that happen during our days together, but all the words. Even the ones that come without a second thought.[Read more]

3 Ways to Include Younger Siblings in The Mystery of History Lessons

3 Ways to Include Younger Siblings in The Mystery of History Lessons

Are you considering The Mystery of History for your homeschool, but aren’t sure how to make it work with the younger ones in your family? Good news: today I’m sharing three easy ways to teach your older kids and also include younger siblings in The Mystery of History lessons. *Post contains affiliate links; see[Read more]