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Navigating Electives: A Guide for Homeschooling High School Students

Choosing electives can be both an exciting and daunting task for homeschooling high school students and their parents. Electives are not just filler courses; they are essential in shaping a well-rounded education, exploring interests, and preparing for future careers or college. In this post, we’ll explore how to make informed decisions when selecting electives. Understanding […]

December Organize It! Planner

December is the most joyous time of the year! In this planner we focus on the true reason for the season and avoid getting bogged down with our to-do lists! I love an organized schedule and lists more than most, but they are tools to help us stay on top of our daily, weekly, and […]

Maximizing Your Homeschool Efficiency During the Holidays with a Planner

A Holiday Planner for the Homeschool Mom? Yes. The holiday season is a whirlwind of excitement and activity, which can often disrupt the rhythm of homeschooling. Between the festive preparations and family gatherings, it can be challenging to maintain a structured learning environment. This is where a well-organized planner becomes a lifesaver. Here’s how to […]

Thanksgiving Memories and Deals

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. I don’t know about you, but this year has absolutely flown by! I know that many people are excited for Christmas, but Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. The food, the family, the cozy, warm fall colors and smells just calm my spirit. Thanksgiving is a time to […]

All About Giving Thanks

It’s all about giving thanks! Happily I never tire when discussing “Giving Thanks” … this is one of my favorite topics. Giving thanks assumes there is something about which to give thanks, right? But can you give thanks? For instance, can you give thanks when you are upset or stressed? Give thanks when you are […]

November Holiday Prep Made Easy with the Free Organize-IT Planner

November is the lead-in to the holidays. However, we’ve got this! Say the word, “November” and breathe…take a breath and breathe it in! Can you feel the excitement? The smell of festivities is in the air! I love this time of year. It is a time to focus on being thankful to God for all […]

Be Thankful + Character Counts Planners

Enter the Birthday Giveaway It’s that time of year when holiday decorations are everywhere you turn. Some make me shudder, and others, well, let’s just say a decorating course or two would be beneficial to those people. I love to decorate my home with silk flowers in the theme of “fall” since I live in […]

Teaching Tips You Can Use in Your Homeschool

Teaching Tips You Can Use In Your Homeschool This blog post sponsored by: Math Mammoth| With Math Mammoth’s clear explanations and mastery-based curriculum, your students will be set up for success in algebra and in real life!   After over thirty years of homeschooling, I have so many teaching tips that really work! And, I love […]

Ultimate List of Read Alouds for Your Homeschool

I wasn’t homeschooled, but I can remember loving library time in elementary school. It wasn’t just the books or the break away from the regular classroom. It was sitting on the big round rug listening to the librarian read aloud. This post sponsored by:Night Zookeeper | Fantastically Fun Learning Night Zookeeper is a children’s brand on a […]

A Letter From a Veteran Homeschool Mom to the Newbies

In honor of the 500th Episode of the Vintage Homeschool Moms show, and the 10th Birthday Celebration of the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network, I thought it would be fun to write a letter from one Christian homeschooling mom who has been in the homeschooling world long enough she’s helping homeschool her grandchildren, to a brand […]

Number One Homeschool Podcast Network

Number One Homeschool Podcast Network 10th Birthday Celebration & a Giveaway ⬇️ (scroll down to enter) ⬇️ There are many homeschool podcasts floating around in cyberspace, but this is the home of the number one homeschool podcast network! What makes us number one? There are so many things, but the first is the heart of the […]

Choose Your Own Adventure Games in Your Homeschool

Choose Your Own Adventure Games: A Fun Way to Learn! Homeschooling is a great way to provide a tailored education for your children, and incorporating board games and card games into your homeschool curriculum is an excellent choice. Choose Your Own Adventure games, along with educational resources, can make learning a lot of fun, whether […]

How to Teach Your Kindergartner to Read

Want to teach your kindergartner to read? Let’s look at fun ways you can introduce letters, letter sounds, picture books, first books, and a trip to the library to get them excited about reading. Sponsored by Reading Eggs. Fun Ways to Teach Your Kindergartner to Read One of the most rewarding experiences for parents is […]

Books to Read | A List for the Homeschool Mom

Looking for books to read as you snuggle down this Fall? I’ve got you. Let’s add to your TBR pile with some fun homeschool books to read for the homeschool mom. I’m mostly recommending books you can easily find on Amazon, so best to know these are affiliate links. When choosing any book to read, […]

Embrace October with the Fall Sweep: Your Organize-IT Guide

October is upon us, and it’s the perfect time to embark on a transformative journey towards a more organized and serene home. The Fall Full House Sweep is here to guide you through this process, room by room, helping you create an oasis of calm before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season begins. […]

Practice Makes Perfect … Most of the Time

Practice Makes Perfect Most of the Time By Felice Gerwitz There are challenges to motherhood. There are challenges to owning a business. When you combine the two, you can have an instant recipe for overwhelm. Or, as I’ll share… lots and lots of practice at getting to “perfect.” Not to bore you with the details, […]

Why Do YOU Homeschool?

Why Do YOU Homeschool? Why do we Homeschool? Homeschooling, for me, has always been a way of life. I was homeschooled from K through 12th grade and loved the experience. I decided to pursue higher education and graduated in three years with honors. It wasn’t just the opportunities I had but the loving surroundings in […]

5 Ways to Combat a Bad Day

5 Ways to Combat a Bad Day Five ways to combat a bad day? Really? Yes. And I’ve seen my share. There have been several of those in the last few weeks. Either I’m sick, the kids are sick, someone forgot to complete an assignment, dinner time is around the corner, and I forgot to […]

The Joy Of Getting Things Done!

The joy of getting things done! I can see very big changes that have taken place in my life. And it took a very simple commitment on my part and sticking to it! You see, I’m married to a procrastinator who is also a perfectionist. On the other hand, I like to get things done […]

Unlocking the World of Reading: How an Online Reading Program Can Transform Your Homeschool

In the realm of homeschooling, parents play a pivotal role in nurturing their child’s intellectual growth. Among the essential skills they impart, reading holds a prominent place. Developing strong reading abilities is crucial, as it opens doors to knowledge, imagination, and lifelong learning. Today, we’ll explore the benefits of incorporating an online reading program into […]

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