Don’t miss part 1 and part 2 of this series! Right out of the gate, your school schedule can sink you if it’s not realistic. Here are some scheduling things that worked for me: Schedule built-in breaks by alternating lessons that don’t require your direct teaching. For our first year of home school, this was … More Home School and Twin Toddlers: Scheduling Tips
When I decided to home school and started seriously searching the internet for a place to start, I stumbled across something called the Charlotte Mason Philosophy of Education. Curious, I read more, and each new point I read resonated within me. As I read, I remembered the “Foundations of Education” class I was required to … More Why I love the Charlotte Mason Philosophy of Education
As I began planning what I wanted for our home school, it was pretty overwhelming. I was reading curriculum overviews and scanning textbooks. I was reading education philosophies. I was making list after list. Then I stumbled across a few podcasts and blogs that changed everything. These are treasures, and they answer the question: Where … More Where do I begin with Homeschool?