Engaging toddlers or preschoolers in our homeschools is, well…do I even have to finish this sentence? It’s fun! Yes, it’s fun. Who’s kidding who? This development stage is fascinating to watch. They’re in awe of everything, are interested in everything, and do it all in picture-perfect ways. And it’s also exhausting. With or without homeschool.…Read More
We celebrated a 100 days of studies! It’s always fun to break up the Slump Month, to party in the middle of the traditional study season. Here are some simple and fun things to do at your 100 day party. Start with a 100 Day Breakfast. This year, no one counted down the days to…Read More
The homeschool slump month demands a shift in routine. You’re not the only one feeling the slump, your kids are too. Incorporate play into your day. It’s the end of February and routine is getting a little too…well, routine. Since this is about halfway into the season of candy, from Halloween to Easter, why don’t…Read More
How do you encourage cooking in your homeschool kitchen?
Don’t be afraid to let your kids experiment in the kitchen. It’ll bring great success to them,to you, and to your meal plans.
How to beat the slump month in your homeschool? The Christmas tree sits decostumed and relocated in a snow bank in the front yard. The floors have been swept of absconded needles. The leftover Christmas treats have been tucked high in the pantry, the décor returned to their Rubbermaid totes, and the hubbub of the season evaporated. New Year’s resolutions…Read More
Simplifying life & enacting dietary changes is a typical January goal every year. Perhaps you are one of the 3 million that has purchased the book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: the Japenese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” by Marie Kondo. She’s the samurai of tidy. We can learn from the Samurai warrior of cleaning up.…Read More