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When I was in school, I didn’t find history interesting, as my teachers also taught it so dryly out of textbooks. But as a homeschooling mom, I have found it to be my favorite subject. Over our homeschooling years, we have made history exciting by learning it together through books, interactive websites, crafts & activities, […]
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I have a new printable for you! This one is a timeline schedule – it’s a really simple printable, one that works well for a middle schooler or high schooler, who just needs to see what to do and when. Below, I have the printable with and without hours, and I have a sample schedule […]
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I’ve mentioned these free guitar lessons before, but there still isn’t a better place to send you!  Since 2003, a guy named Justin has created videos to add to his huge library of free online guitar lessons.  Recently, his site was updated and is much easier to browse. These free guitar lessons are for beginners […]
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If you’re teaching high school in your homeschool, you’re probably interested in teaching him or her about financial concepts It’s important to teach them about family budgeting (why wasn’t that taught in my school?!), but it’s also important to teach them how the capitalism and the free market work. The course, Economics 101: the Principles […]
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As a huge fan of nature and creatively educating our kids, we go outside a lot. We always have. It can be difficult to go to a national park that requires a fee – sometimes you just don’t have that extra change! I’d be a fan of all national parks being free of cost, so […]
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I’ll get right to the most important tip I have after more than a decade of homeschooling: schedule your homeschool to suit you. If you prefer structure, consider scheduling by the clock. If you like routines, consider scheduling time blocks. If you prefer freedom, consider a weekly to-do list. A few posts ago, I wrote […]
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Last year, our family discovered the Young Eagles program, where all four of our children were taken up in a Cessna airplane over the farm fields and the bay area where we live.   They went in search of our house while the children learned about flying from the pilot, a gentleman who has been […]
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Creatively homeschooling parents, eclectic homeschoolers, and Charlotte Mason teachers, you’ll enjoy this free nature illustration course! A few months ago, I shared that I was going to take what I called a “nature journal college course” from the University of Newcastle. I really loved it! The course covers botanical illustration, but goes so much deeper […]
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So you’re thinking about homeschooling, or you’ve decided it’s the journey for your family, but you’re overwhelmed with how to begin. I hope I can help. Our family began homeschooling around 15 years ago. Over the years, I kept journals and notes on what we did and how we did it (I think best on […]
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America celebrates Thanksgiving Day soon! It can be difficult during holidays to keep the kids productively occupied when we’re so busy.  I have a site they’ll enjoy! While you’re working in the kitchen, or when you don’t need help (“help”) from the kids, send them to The First Thanksgiving, a site full of free Thanksgiving lesson plans, […]

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