I have to admit that one of my favorite things in life is office supplies! Who doesn't love the smell of a brand new box of crayons? I sometimes have to hold back the urge to buy new art supplies on a yearly bases because let's be honest...I still have everything I need...from last year! … Continue reading 10 Things I Believe Every Homeschooling Momma Needs!
Ahh.. the big yellow bus! For some parents, it is the end of summer and the beginning of FREEDOM. For most homeschool parents, it becomes a threat to remind their children about how good they have it at home. For me, sometimes it seems to be the answer to the tired worn out homeschooling momma … Continue reading The Big Yellow Bus
Did you know that children are not always naturals at certain things? It's true! We expect our children to be naturals at being kind, sharing, being tidy...etc, but in truth they are self serving. Its not a natural thing for our children to have all of the right tools that will guide them into being … Continue reading Be the Change that You Wish to See in Your Children.
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Why is Art so Important? Art is hands down, my favorite subject. Art teaches us a lot about history and is always a fun way to approach other subjects. I don't know about yours, but my kids are visual learners. I have found this to be true for most children of this generation! Art is … Continue reading Cultivating a Love for Art
I have been homeschooling for almost six years! My daughter was four years old when we started our homeschool adventure. Just thinking about it makes it hard for me to believe! We have learned a lot together as a family and I have learned even more as a homeschool mom. Here are five things that … Continue reading Tips and Tricks to Homeschooling
I have two stories to relay to you with this topic. One full of tears and one of ease. The first story begins something like this... I began homeschooling my daughter at the tender age of four (almost five). She was (and is) a very bright student, of course, being the first child, she excelled … Continue reading How young should you start homeschooling your kids?