101 Reasons Eclectic Homeschooling Works for Gifted Kids

101 Reasons Eclectic Homeschooling Works for Gifted Kids

It started out an easy, relaxed conversation, and then the mom at the library asked me the question I most dread answering… “What curriculum do you use with your kids?” I always stammer and then feel like a deer caught in the headlights. I mean, how...
Strew to Learn | Five Days of Inspiration and Support

Strew to Learn | Five Days of Inspiration and Support

I love to sleep in, snuggled deep into my covers, all cozy warm while the world gets started without me. It’s a little piece of Heaven. Two of my children are just like me in that regard, and for that, they’ll always be my favorites. Shhhhh… don’t tell the other two....
A Week of Epic Backyard Nature Science Fun | Summer Camp at Home

A Week of Epic Backyard Nature Science Fun | Summer Camp at Home

Whether you’re a year-round homeschooling family like us, follow a traditional school year calendar at home, lean a bit unschooly, or have kids who go to brick and mortar schools, summer days and nights can seem long and lazy. This summer you can join in for 12...
Pulling Together a Viking Unit Study

Pulling Together a Viking Unit Study

One of the things I love most about homeschooling is that we’re free to spend as much or as little time on a topic as we want to. And, if interests are reignited, we can study the same topic again with greater depth. Like Vikings and Viking recipes. The Vikings keep...
Preschool Science: Hands-On Dinosaur Study and Field Trip

Preschool Science: Hands-On Dinosaur Study and Field Trip

Do you work field trips into your homeschool routines? We try to as much as we can because we’re blessed to live near the city of Cleveland. There are museums, historical societies, working farms, and so much more nearby. Many of those places offer homeschool...