Summer Homeschool Ideas for Working Moms
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Summer Homeschool Ideas for Working Moms

Summer is almost here and everyone is getting restless. Whether you homeschool all year long or break for the summer, work-from-home moms might find it especially challenging to keep kids busy when it’s time to close up their regular homeschool curriculum. These summer homeschool ideas for working moms focus on independent work to keep your…

Best Homeschool Curriculum for Families With Working Parents
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Best Homeschool Curriculum for Families With Working Parents

When you’re a working parent, having the best homeschool curriculum options for your family is important. With the wide variety of curriculum options out there, it can seem overwhelming trying to choose the right one. Consider my tried and true tips and curriculum suggestions to help find your homeschool curriculum (and journey) groove. How to…

15 Shamrock Crafts for Kids
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15 Shamrock Crafts for Kids

It’s already February and that means that St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Whether or not you’re Irish, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is a fun way to brighten up a dreary March day, learn about St. Patrick himself, and have a bit of fun with these 15 shamrock crafts for kids. Finding time…

Homeschool Behavior Problems
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Homeschool Behavior Problems

Some people think that when you decide to educate your kids at home, somehow there won’t be any homeschool behavior problems. I would love for that to be the case, but realistically, it’s not true. Whether kids are public school, private school, or being homeschooled, they can experience issues like not listening, bickering, and speaking…

Homeschool Goals

Homeschool Goals

Do you set homeschool goals? Perhaps you read that question and thought, “What’s the point in setting goals for my homeschool and are they really necessary?” I know it may sound like one extra thing on your plate, but trust me when I say that this could be a game-changer for your homeschool. Here’s why….