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6 Tips To Revamping the Homeschool Schedule

Ah, this is the normal point of the year where I normally have gone back to the drawing board to figure out a better daily schedule for homeschooling multiple kids. You too? Call it scheduling, patterning your day, or simply … Continue reading

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Why We Stayed with Classical Education and the Classical Conversations Homeschool Community

The reasons we started attending a Classical Conversations homeschool group sometimes make me want to laugh because our joining seems almost haphazard and accidental!  (I wrote about hwy we joined in Why We Chose the Classical Conversations Homeschool Community.) But the … Continue reading

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Why I Chose the Classical Conversations Homeschool Community for My Little Boys

  Why do people choose Classical Conversations—at the overwhelming rate at which they have? (125,000 students!) I can’t answer the whole of that question, but I can for my small family. The reason I chose it for my kids is … Continue reading

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Why I Continue to Homeschool

As I mentioned in 8 Reasons Why I Started Homeschooling, my choice to homeschool began as a temporary thing. I planned to do it for 2-3 years. But here I am, going into year 8. THIS was not the plan; … Continue reading

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8 Reasons Why I Started Homeschooling

I’ve been thinking about this post for years.  I read others’ posts on this topic a lot. It’s always interesting. I am entering my eighth year of homeschooling; I now have three pupils, and each has always been homeschooled. But … Continue reading

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Ever Feel Like You’re the Least Favorite Teacher In Your Homeschool?

Yeah, it’s saying something when you’re the least-favorite teacher in a  one-room-schoolhouse kind of situation. But I’ve felt it. The weirdest part is, I’m used to being popular. I was a favorite camp counselor, a beloved student teacher, and the … Continue reading

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Three Quick, Nutritious Go-To Breakfasts

I have three needs when it comes to feeding my kids breakfast: 1) Quick, not demanding 45 minutes of productive morning time, 2) real food, not from a box, 3) containing protein to power them, and preferably vegetables with the enzymes … Continue reading

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