How to Pull Off a Mid-Year Homeschool Reboot

How to Pull Off a Mid-Year Homeschool Reboot

So, you’ve arrived at the halfway mark of another year only to find your homeschool low on motivation and joy, but full of frustration and attitude. Sounds like a homeschool reboot is in order. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) When I think of reboots, my trusty laptop instantly comes[Read more]

15 Favorite Children’s Books About Monet

15 Favorite Children's Books About Claude Monet

Studying master artist Claude Monet in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing some wonderful books about Monet that you’ll want to read with your kids. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. I’ve been blown away by the books we’ve come across while studying Claude Monet this month. Some are better[Read more]

10 Easy Nature Study Ideas Nearly Anyone Can Enjoy

10 Easy Nature Study Ideas Anyone Can Enjoy

I don’t know any homeschool parents who would deny the importance of nature study, but I know plenty who find it a little daunting. That’s why I’m happy to share my favorite easy nature study ideas today. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Nature study is easy in theory,[Read more]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal: The Learning Will Come

Homeschool Mother's Journal: The Learning Will Come

Y’all, it’s been one of those months. One of those months where half of my lesson plans went unfinished, one of those months with opportunities to learn through play. The good news is that I noticed something wonderful in all of our chaos: the learning will come … in one way or another.[Read more]

Homeschool Helpers: 10 Go-to Resources for History

Homeschool Helpers: 10 Go-to Resources for Homeschool History

I love teaching history in our homeschool. There’s something about looking back at the events of the past and using them to make sense of our present. And, in all of this time of exploring with my kids, I’ve certainly come across my share of go-to homeschool history resources. (Post contains[Read more]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Multicultural Children's Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Looking for a book that encourages kids to look beyond stereotypes and see the real person inside? I can’t wait to tell you about Dragons Are Real from Valarie Budayr! (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review purposes. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Multicultural Children’s[Read more]