Category: Homeschooling

The Three Uses of "We"


One more reason to love Sonlight: The Beam. This newsletter is always full of encouragement and helpful information. A little home school humor is thrown into the mix as well. I found the following bit just too good to keep to myself. My son… Continue Reading “The Three Uses of "We"”

My Twist on the Workbox System


What is a workbox? Basically, it’s a way to organize the home school day so that your children have a visual of exactly what they’re supposed to do during the day. If you’re interested in more info, you can watch this slideshow from the… Continue Reading “My Twist on the Workbox System”

Live your life in chapters


This word from Jessie Wise encourages me: Personally, I decided to put on hold some of my goals. But I held on to the wise council given me when my children were toddlers: “Live your life in chapters. You don’t have to do everything… Continue Reading “Live your life in chapters”

My POV of History


I know I’m supposed to write about curriculum today. I want to write about our curriculum — it’s one of my favorite things. I can talk for hours about curriculum and methods. But today I’m really busy, so I offer you my attitude about… Continue Reading “My POV of History”

Calculating the hours


Creating a schedule is kind of overwhelming me right now. I have 168 hours to work with in one week. I feel like I need my own cap and trade time scheme or Hermione’s time-turner. Here are the steps I took to create my… Continue Reading “Calculating the hours”

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