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Homeschool Help for Fidgety, Sensory Kids

This post contains affiliate links. An advantage of homeschooling is that our littles are free to move around. Integrating movement has been important for all of our kids and we’ve found many ways to meet their sensory needs and school at the same time. It took a while to break away from what we thought […]

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Math Resources

This post contains affiliate links. Here is a rundown of what we are using in Math for Fall of 2020. The Big Little is 8, the Middle Little is 6 and the Little Little is 3. The top priority when choosing curriculum for your kids is finding something that works for the whole family. Curriculums […]

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Nature Study Resources

What we are currently using in our homeschool nature study. This post contains affiliate links. Hands-down my favorite part of homeschooling is the incorporation of nature study. It is a hallmark of a Charlotte Mason Education and something we quickly adopted in our homeschooling routine. Within nature study we practice art, memorization, organization, the scientific […]

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Structuring Summer

I typically wouldn’t worry much about structuring our homeschool over the summer. This year though, with travel and outing restrictions, I needed a new plan. Typically, we move to what I like to think of as “schooling light.” We continue with some math, learning a new concept or two, but largely rely on the boys’ […]

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Homeschooling in the Garden

One of the advantages of homeschooling is the ability to get outside and do some hands-on learning. I love to be in the garden. I literally have no idea what I’m doing out there, but the garden is incredibly forgiving. It is also a wonderful place for hands-on learning about life. I’m going to lead […]

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Tips for Social Distancing Sanity While Homeschooling

Here are a few tips and tricks I’ve learned for keeping things sane when the whole family is at home. Even if you are used to homeschooling, suddenly having someone “working from home” completely changes the dynamic. Plus, your lack of traditional out-of-the-house activities and options can make everyone feel a little stir crazy. Set […]

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