How Rachel Gathercole Informs my Homeschool

How Rachel Gathercole informs my homeschool…Let’s learn from her book, “The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling.”

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When Homeschooling is Hard: Six Perspective-Shifting Approaches

When homeschooling is hard, here are six perspective-shifting approaches you can take to approach them differently.

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Homeschool Year-End Review

Every year I finish the homeschool year kinda lackluster. And you know what? I’m good with that. I recognize it for what it is: a season. (In this post, you’ll discover my approach to addressing the year-end: a Homeschool Year-End Review). Because, seriously, what are the chances I’m gonna love every dang minute of this…

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curiosity and education: how to facilitate it

Two guys played in their garage tinkering with computer stuff for years: they became rather successful. Do you know who they are? You’re very possibly holding their Apple product in your hand. Curiosity and education: we know they work hand-in-hand. A good long while ago, there was also a curious artist and scientist who wondered…

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What about gaps in my child’s home education?

Let’s talk about gaps in our kids’ home education. We can homeschool beyond doubt, uncertainty, and that not-good-enough feeling when we get clear on the question, “What makes you question whether your kids’ education isn’t good enough?” So what about gaps in my child’s home education? These infamous things called gaps: what even are they?…

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How to practically deschool your homeschool mindset

How do you practically deschool your homeschool mindset? This is no easy feat. Use the deschool your homeschool checklist.

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