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When I started homeschooling I wasn’t prepared for the onslaught of questions asked by family, friends, and total strangers. Some questions were harsh and others were down right quite silly to me. Today, in sharing what to expect when you expect to homeschool, I have rounded up some of the silliest homeschool questions that you’ll […]
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I’m not saying you can’t homeschool without these 10 completely adorable and lovely things for your homeschool walls, but you may be missing out. Besides being beautiful, they’re timeless. I wished I would have invested in more timeless pieces for my homeschool area instead of so many new and modern pieces. Homeschool Room Favorites Don’t […]
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What makes my 7 Step Free homeschool planner one of a kind besides the awesome color choices is the number of options I have at every step. The options for my homeschool planner continues to grow each year and it’s up into the hundreds now. Curriculum Pages Today, I’m excited because I’ve added two more […]
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Nothing is more thrilling than hearing the sweet voice of your first homeschooled child reading. That is something only another homeschool educator can fully appreciate. Teaching my first son to read set me up for success in teaching his younger siblings. Twenty-five years later, I’m here to tell you the reading process is the same […]
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You’d think having a year by year list of requirements which a homeschooled child should learn would be helpful. It may or may not be depending on your circumstances. If your child is on a faster track than most kids his age, then such a list could set your child up to be a resistant […]
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Today I’ve rounded up some fun things to get the next generation of green thumbs digging in the dirt. I wished I had started gardening earlier with my kids, but your littles will love these kinder gardening resources to celebrate nature and science. Kids Garden Unit Study Resources Look at this adorable Radio Flyer big-kid […]
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With summer quickly approaching I thought a fun beach themed activity would be just the thing to keep kids interested and learning even with the end of the year burnout that we often face. I put together a fun activity – how to dissolve a seashell. Seashell Acid Base Experiment I remember doing it myself […]Author information
Jody Smith
Jody is a homeschooling mom of two and loves to write about their hands-on learning adventures.
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Whether you want to create a standalone creditworthy American history course for your teen or you want to enhance the interest level of your current American history curriculum, you’ll love these tips. Homeschool American History Credits Here’s a seasoned veteran tip. Use lower grade level resources to put important topics in a nutshell. To get […]
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Occupying or teaching the youngest homeschoolers can be tough. Whether you need a break from the little dears or you need to give the older set of kids your time, you’ll love these 10 fun Amazon Prime movies for the youngest homeschoolers. 10 Fun Amazon Prime Movies Too, add in a few of these hands-on […]
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Seed tape makes a great activity during the spring months. While creating super easy seed tape, kids’ hands are busy and their minds are open to absorbing new information! Not only is it teaching a practical life skill, but you are incorporating math and science into their learning as well. It is the perfect rainy-day […]Author information
Jody Smith
Jody is a homeschooling mom of two and loves to write about their hands-on learning adventures.

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