• Home Education
  • 5 Surprising Ways to Summer School

    5 Suprising Ways to Summer School

    How can we make this summer different? How can we cover the gaps? How can we make up that course? How can I get a BREAK while the kids are still doing some learning? These are my questions this summer… I know –  I. NEED. A. BREAK.  – probably more than my kids need a break. […]

  • Curriculum
  • Review of Science4Us and Time4Learning


    We’ve been homeschooling for (what seems like) a million years. LOL! Not really, but it’s been over 11. All of those years have been homeschooling 5 or more kiddos at once. If any of you are in that same boat, you know that it isn’t easy to get it all done without working smarter!  One […]

  • Home Education
  • Homeschooling Online

    MOmschool homeschool online

    Homeschooling is an awesome opportunity to challenge and encourage your children to be the best that they can be. The options for homeschooling your child are endless… and the resources that are available are astonishing. Homeschooling has really come a long way. We have used a large array of these resources and some of them […]

  • Home Education
  • Teaching History with Adventure!

    Yep… I make no bones about it… I love summer. Mostly because the daily boot camp that is my life on a typical school day is gone during those blissfully peaceful summer months. Yet, the teacher (and probably “Monk” tendencies) in me is concerned that my kids keep their brains active during the summer! So, […]

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  • Q and A about Online Homeschool

    Is Online Homeschool for you? Homeschooling is an exciting adventure, but is online homeschooling a good choice for you? It is sometimes difficult to tell until you try something if it will actually work for your homeschool or not. Online homeschooling is an option that has made homeschooling easier over the past several years. Typically, […]

  • Home Education
  • Play Ball!

    Have you ever noticed how intently kids will invest time and effort into fine tuning skills that have to do with sports? It seems that they willingly practice and invest extra time and effort into making themselves better. Why don’t they respond this way to school work and learning? I am sure some of this comes […]