The 23 Day Back to (HOME)School Planner

It’s Back to Homeschool time! And whether this is your first year homeschooling or your twentieth, back to school time generally means it’s time for planning and shopping for books and supplies. But what about that thing called “life” that keeps rolling along? How on earth can a homeschooling mom possibly find time for planning […]

Learning Styles: The Basics Part Two

This is the second in a series about learning styles. You can read the first part here: Learning Styles: The Basics. Today we are going beyond the basic learning styles of Visual, Auditory, Read/Write, and Kinesthetic/Tactile (VARK). Most of us don’t fall strictly into one of those categories – and neither do our children. There […]


Availability and its Effect on Learning

As I was pondering what to write for a post this month, my five-year-old sat on the floor nearby playing with some frozen orange juice lids that I had made into math manipulatives.  He set them up from 0 to 9 going one way, then rearranged them so they were going backwards.  So I took […]

Planners: Sometimes Simpler is Better

Well, it’s that time of year, isn’t it? When the new planners arrive and we begin to put things together for whenever schooling will begin again. Independent of whether people school year round or not, somehow, the excitement is in the air. I’m all about the planning. It’s one of the things I do best. […]

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