Today's guest post about "Alternatives to a Traditional Homeschool Co-op" is from long-time veteran homeschooler Kate Woods! I felt led to put together a quick message to encourage, and possibly guide, those with young families who are first-time homeschoolers looking for a co-op. Since so many … [Read more...] about Alternatives to a Traditional Homeschool Co-op When a Co-op Isn’t An Option
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated for my time in writing this review. All opinions are honest; I was not required to post a positive review. My two oldest kids are in college and the next two are in high school. Many years ago I used a free online typing site called Dance Mat … [Read more...] about Dance Mat Typing So Kids Can Learn to Type for Free!
Have you studied world geography in your elementary homeschool yet? Or, does the thought intimidate you? It doesn't have to! There are some amazing resources out that that will make your study both super fun and super easy! Read on for The Ultimate List of Elementary World Geography … [Read more...] about The Ultimate List of Elementary World Geography Resources
[Today's post on I Love Horses Camp from the Summer Camp Series was written by guest contributor Michelle Habrych.] My daughter grew up loving horses and anything to do with them. Some of the first drawings she attempted were of horses. We read countless horse books and watched horse movies often … [Read more...] about I Love Horses Camp: Summer Camp Series
I'm ready for our 15th year of homeschooling to start at the end of August, 2020! My two oldest sons are in their second year of college this year, but I still have six at home with two in elementary, two in middle school, and two in high school! Have fun exploring our 2020-2021 homeschool … [Read more...] about 2020-2021 Homeschool Curriculum Choices 6 Kids, 3rd – 11th Grades
[Today's post Spy Camp: Summer Camp Series was written by guest author Michelle Habrych.] My kids have always been fascinated by spies. Movies make them look so cool, with all of their gadgets and adventures. I decided one summer to take a week to host spy camp in which my kids and their friends … [Read more...] about Spy Camp: Summer Camp Series