Welcome to the ranks! You are joining a wonderful club of people who have chosen to take upon themselves to provide for their child’s education. This club is diverse. How and why every family homeschools are different, but there are some universal tips I want to give you to make your homeschool journey easier.
Winter is an amazing season to learn about! In our Level Orange: Full-Year curriculum, you get the chance to play lots of hands-on games with your child while learning about weather, the North Pole, the South Pole, Penguins and Polar Bears!
Living with food allergies or celiac disease is tough and the moment you realize you need to make major changes to your family’s diet can be overwhelming. Here my list of ideas for how to survive the initial change and for tips for long-term meal planning.
Not every field trip has to be exotic or cost money. In the Level Orange: Full-Year unit on Oceans, you can choose to take a field trip to an aquarium or beach. But if you are landlocked, take an easy trip to your local pet store!
I am excited to announce our first ever chapter book based unit study! This unit is for the book Children of the Longhouse by Joseph Bruchac. The book is about a brother and sister growing up in the Mohawk tribe, in what will eventually become New York State. This book made the PERFECT first book for our Green level for ages 8-12 for several reasons. Let me tell you some of the things I love about this book and the unit based on it.
Handwork is a great addition to a homeschool plan. But it doesn’t always have to include knitting. Here are three different handwork crafts you can include in your homeschool without having to learn to knit.
Sensory Processing Disorder, or SPD, can make any kind of schooling challenging. Children with SPD don’t process the world the same as other children. Thankfully, with a home educational program, you can give your child the education they deserve and help them regulate their sensory system at the same time.