1. Homeschool moms are SO patient, therefore they make good homeschoolers. False! This is my number one comment I receive that drives me crazy, because I am not a patient person. Little kids in general can send me over the edge because of my lack of patience. BUT as a homeschool mom I do have . . . → Read More: Homeschooling Myths
I thought I’d give you a glimpse of what our typical homeschool day looks like. We used to get up much earlier, but since my youngest was born we’ve pushed our mornings back some. I get the kids up and eating breakfast around 8:00 and start school before 9:00. And yes, we mostly do school . . . → Read More: Homeschool day
The LaughWithUsBlog kiddos really enjoyed Speekee so I was excited to be able to offer my readers ONE MONTH FREE of Speekee TV – Spanish For Kids Program – through this exclusive link
As a native speaker and former Spanish teacher, I happily recommend this product, and you can’t beat trying it for free! . . . → Read More: Speekee Spanish 1 Month Free
Teaching Textbooks is the best new decision we made with homeschooling this year. For the first time my kids enjoy math! It is a computer program that gives them instant feedback on their answers! Gone are the days when I’ve gotten five lessons behind in my grading only to realize my daughter was doing them . . . → Read More: You know you’re an awesome homeschool mom when…
We met Quaver!!! Several weeks ago I received an email inviting me to Crepes with Quaver in Dallas. Thinking it was a promotional dinner for bloggers, I invited my daughter to go with me and signed up to go. Imagine my confusion when I was asked what school district I was with! It was . . . → Read More: Quaver Music
The kids were so excited for their first day of school. Yes we still homeschool, but they attend a one day a week school for homeschooled kids. We have had a really great experience there for the last several years. The classes offered are a little different each year. It’s lots of hands on fun . . . → Read More: First Day of School
Our public library has a great summer reading program each year. Every child that reads forty hours or more is invited to the Super Reader Party where the mayor himself gives out medals to all the super readers. After receiving the awards they are treated to cake and punch. My kids look forward to it . . . → Read More: Library Reading Program
It was day two of the THSC Convention and Family Conference. After a full day of sessions, we were excited to see John R Erickson, the author of the Hank the Cow Dog books, in concert.
We had gone out to eat and thought we left plenty of time to get back to the concert, . . . → Read More: Meeting Hank the Cow Dog
About four days after we got back from our road trip to Iowa to see family, we loaded back up and headed to Houston for the Texas Home School Coalition Southwest Convention and Family Conference. We went last year and had such a great experience that we decided to go back this year even though . . . → Read More: Homeschool Conference 2012
You first met Charity Hawkins when she shared with us If You Give a Mom a Recipe for Potato Soup and then later she also shared a post about her Super Kids with us.
When Charity contacted me about doing a review and giveaway of her novel The Homeschool Experiment, I was thrilled.
This . . . → Read More: The Homeschool Experiment Review & Giveaway