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]

10 Must-Read Books for New Homeschoolers

10 Must-Read Books for New Homeschoolers

It’s not uncommon to deal with information overload when you’re new to homeschooling. If you’re wondering where to begin while sifting through social media, zillions of homeschool websites and blogs, and an ever-growing selection of homeschool books, you’re in luck. Today I’m sharing ten must-read books for new homeschoolers. (This post[Read more]

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Artist Study

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Artist Study

Looking for ways to incorporate artist study into your homeschooling plans? Today I’m sharing my favorite easy and practical artist study ideas in this guide to homeschool artist study. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Before we jump into artist study resources, let’s establish that artist study can[Read more]

What to Read: 20 Children’s Books About Seeds and Plants

What to Read: 20 Children's Books About Seeds and Plants

Are you exploring gardens or plant life in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing some great books about seeds and plants to help you learn. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. You could certainly turn to textbooks to explore the world of plants, but you don’t have to confine[Read more]

Easy Dandelion Art Tutorial for Kids

Dandelion Art Tutorial for Kids

Do your kids love dandelions? If so, they’ll love this super cute dandelion art tutorial. Grab your paper and paints and take a look! Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. My five year-old daughter loves dandelions. It’s almost like she’s magnetically drawn to them. Anytime she spots one[Read more]