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Why NO and MINE are good words for Toddlers

I often get asked how to deal with NO and MINE in toddler world. I see them both as positive words for this age. Toddlers are realizing that they are indeed human and separate from their parents. Isn‚Äôt what we hope all of our children realize! ūüėČ Up until this point someone has made all […]

Don’t take the summer off! What you need to be doing this summer to be ready for next year

Sometimes homeschool leaders take the summer off to have a break for running their homeschool programs. But Carol Topp, the HomeschoolCPA, doesn’t want you to completely forget about your homeschool group this summer. She offers a few tasks that you should do this summer to make the fall much easier! Carol mentioned this list of […]

Create a Positive Learning Environment – Part 1

Living in a household where the environment is negative is no fun for anyone.¬† There are many factors that could cause this undesirable situation to be happening in your home.¬† Some such factors can actually result in symptoms of learning struggles and even labels like ADD, ADHD or dyslexia.¬† I am not saying your child […]

200th Episode – Best Kept Organization Secrets

Best Kept Organization Secrets with Felice Gerwitz Welcome to the 200th Vintage Homeschool Mom’s Podcast! Today I host several guests who will stop by to say, “hi” to all of you, my listeners and share some of their organization secrets with you! I can’t believe I began podcasting on Vintage Homeschool Moms, in October of […]

Homeopathy for Bugs, Bites and Stings – Part 1

It’s summertime and now is the time when all those creepy crawly things come out! Mosquitoes, Certain Flies, Fleas, Bedbugs, Gnats, Midges, Spiders, Ticks, and Chiggers … all are a concern this time of year as we get outdoors and enjoy the warm weather after a long winter. ¬†All these insects have the chance of […]

Student Led Portfolio Presentations Are Making Moms Proud

Podcast 29   Mr. D has been working with students on their end of year evaluations using student led learning portfolio presentations. ¬†Students have been leading their own evaluations. ¬†It has been amazing. ¬†from 10 year olds to 17 year old, moms listening in and watching the presentations have been brought to tears seeing how […]

HSHSP Ep 60: Essay Writing: What, When, How!

HSHSP Ep 60: Essay Writing: What, When, How! When will I ever use this in real life? Has your teen ever asked that question? Our teens have asked it about writing essays! When will they ever use essay writing in real life? LOTS of times. Here’s a few: College application essays College papers and assignments […]

How to Make Digital Curriculum Work for You

There are a number of problems homeschoolers have in using digital curriculum. I’ve had them myself! But now that I have the solutions, I’m excited about using digital curriculum again. I can’t wait to share the solutions I’ve discovered.   Read the blog post¬†or watch on YouTube Links print mission manuals¬†for Grammar Galaxy I interviewed […]

Building or Re-Building – To Become A Better Husband – MBFLP 170

Our sons face particular pressures on their way to becoming husbands – and fathers face some of the same issues as they live out their own vows! In the second part of Hal’s presentation to a recent men’s conference, he’s talking about the reality of both the temptation and the grace to resist it or […]

Roadschool Record Keeping Made Easy

The pencils are¬†sharpened and planner options appear¬†everywhere on the table! The Roadschool Moms duo is¬†sorting it all out. Moreover, with¬†30 years of Mom-experience, these two fulltime RVing mamas share¬†affiliate links for products used in their own rolling homeschools. Episode four is all about¬†homeschool record keeping for a successful roadschool year! Record keeping requirements vary¬†depending on […]

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