Dual-Family Homeschooling

Have you ever wished you could homeschool with a friend, but not with all the challenges of a larger co-op? Then today’s post is for you! Several times while homeschooling, I have found myself homeschooling together with one good friend.

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Spelling Tips

Teaching spelling is one of the most challenging topics to deal with as a homeschooler. There are tons of curricula to choose from. Lots of different theories to consider. And whatever worked for your firstborn will definitely not work for your second. Despite all of that, I have a few tips and tricks you can try using to take some...

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Back to Bedschooling

Several years ago, I wrote about bedschooling. It is like homeschooling, but you do it from your bed. When I wrote about bedschooling before, my younger kids were 6, and 8.  Now they are 13 and 15. So, why are we back to this and what are we doing differently? 

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The Care and Keeping of a Homeschool Mom

As a homeschool parent, you may have given up your career, even if it was only a job. You have sacrificed various ways you could be spending your time to, instead, give it to your child. This is a beautiful thing for your child. But it can be really hard on you.

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Dysgraphia with Dyslexia

I have been trying to write again about dysgraphia for a while now, but it has been hard. I wanted to come back to it, because my youngest child has it, and it is nothing like what it was like with my oldest.

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Starting to Learn Latin

I once said, “Sure, I’m a homeschooler, but not the kind that teaches Latin or something.” Shortly thereafter, my oldest child announced a desire to learn Latin.

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