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How to Homeschool with Little Ones: Part 3

In Part 1 I told you the key to homeschool with little ones has to start with mindset. In Part 2 I shared some practical tips for including those precious infants and toddlers in your homeschool day. Today we’re talking about the pre-school crowd. Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. I do not have a degree…

How to Homeschool with Little Ones: Part 1

A few years ago, we were trying to decide if it was a good idea to add another little person to our family. Among other considerations was the aspect of our homeschool. We had a nice routine going – the boys were 5, 5, and 4 then and academic life was very simple. How would it be to be pregnant…

Our Favorite “Special Needs Friendly” Curriculum

We have been homeschooling on and off for about five years now and although I love to search the Internet for a new special needs friendly curriculum, I have definitely settled on a few favorites. These are my go-to curriculums when I am planning our year or refining our term; I am pretty sure when it comes to certain…

Must-Read Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen

Classic literature. Living books. Fairy Tales… If any of these phrases describe your homeschooling experience, you will inevitably come face to face with a very large book containing the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen. If you are committed to reading unabridged literature (and Charlotte Mason would want you to be…ahem…;)) then you will probably find…

Meeting Charlotte Mason: Living Books

I was a fan of living books before I even knew what they were. …a child at a garage sale, flipping through yellowed pages for a treasure. …a school girl in my history books, craving the real story behind the dates. …a college kid, unable to resell my books because they were just too good (One of…