Home Education

I am frequently asked about our homeschool methods, curricula, and philosophies. I’m asked how we got started, which products I recommend, which curriculum to use for a specific grade, how to transition from public school to homeschool, how to know when you’re doing enough, not enough, or too much, how to make sure the children are…

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I thought I’d brush the dust off my old nature study series of posts and write a little bit about how we study birds. As many of you know we’re spending a season in an apartment. But that hasn’t stopped us from studying nature. We’ve actually been pretty surprised to find that apartment life hasn’t…

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A while back I got frustrated with my homeschool planner, tossed it in the trash, and sat down at my computer to come up with something that fit our day (or week in our case) a little better. Eclectic homeschooling opens up a world of possibilities for us but, MAN, is it ever hard to…

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**This post contains affiliate links that help support this blog, our family, and our homeschool.** You won’t find many bad reviews on this blog. When I review a product it is 99% of the time one I have sought out myself, rather than one a company has pitched to me. I’ve usually done enough research on…

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