So you’ve decided to homeschool! Congratulations! You’ve bought the curriculum, books, resources, and supplies. But where do you put everything? Any Available Space Will Work The good news is you don’t need a separate homeschool room to store it all. Use your dining table, the couch, or even your child’s bedroom. The great thing about … Continue reading How to Create Learning Spaces
My biggest piece of advice when choosing a curriculum is to consider your family’s needs and wants in your homeschool. Make a list of your criteria to help narrow down the choices.
Homeschooling is a constant state of learning. It’s developing a curiosity of the world in your child by creating an atmosphere where learning is fun. It’s forming children to become free thinkers that seek answers instead of just being told the answers.
I’ve been asked numerous times why we chose to homeschool. I wish I could give a simple reason and answer but it is so much more than one thing. One of the first reasons why we decided to homeschool was the cost. I have my degree in Early Childhood Education and was a preschool teacher … Continue reading Why We Homeschool
For our curriculum last year we made a timeline of the Bible. We used My Father's World First Grade - Learning God's Story. It suggested just putting the timeline images on a wall, but we have little to no wall space in our homeschool room. The space we do have is already utilized. So I … Continue reading Space Saving Timeline