Ditching the Devices & Connecting with Family Audiobooks

Ditching the Devices & Connecting with Family Audiobooks

If you’re anything like me, you understand all the positives and negatives that come with life in the digital world. On one hand, it’s amazing to think of the technology that comes so naturally to our children. On the other, there are times when it seems as if the art[Read more]

Spartanburg Methodist College: A Homeschool Friendly Liberal Arts College

Spartanburg Methodist College: A Homeschool Friendly Liberal Arts College

Neither of my kids are quite ready for college applications, but we do have one middle schooler now. Since we’re getting closer to our final years of homeschooling, I’m paying more attention to our homeschool choices and how they’ll impact his education once he completes high school. That’s why I was[Read more]

Discovering Learning Math Education Subscription: A Fun Way to Supplement Math

Discovering Learning Math Education Subscription: A Fun Way to Supplement Math

I never dreamed I would be looking for new math resources three months into a school year, but that’s what happened last year when my daughter devoured her kindergarten math course before December arrived. I now know to be better prepared since I scrambled to supplement her math education to[Read more]

Exploring Water Quality with At Home Water Testing

Exploring Water Quality with At Home Water Testing

*This post is sponsored by WaterTestingKits.com. I received a free kit and was compensated for my time in writing this post. Also, this post contains affiliate links. There’s nothing quite like moving to a new city, turning on the local news for the first time, and learning of major water[Read more]

Why We Use Online Reading Games in Our Homeschool

Why We Use Online Reading Games in Our Homeschool

Procrastination. Whining. Frustration. Crying. Self-doubt. Those are all terms I use to describe reading lessons with my daughter during the first half of our year. But don’t worry, there’s a happy ending to this story and it involves online reading games. >> Don’t miss the 4-week free trial link at[Read more]

Writers in Residence: A Review of Apologia’s Homeschool Writing Curriculum

As the mom of an eleven year-old who loves to write, you would think we could use any old homeschool writing curriculum and be satisfied. Well, that’s true to some extent. We could work with nearly any writing curriculum, but that doesn’t mean every writing curriculum out there will guide[Read more]