Apps, Featured, General Tips, Geography, History, Living Books, Travel

The Brilliant Way to Teach History for Kids – 5 Tips from The History Mom

I’m so excited to welcome Jayda Justus, aka The History Mom, to my blog for a great post about virtual field trips, history podcasts and other ways to add a little tech to your hands-on history for kids learning. One of the best ways to teach history for kids is through travel.  Actually seeing a… Read More The Brilliant Way to Teach History for Kids – 5 Tips from The History Mom

Apps, Charlotte Mason, Featured, General Tips, High School, Web Safe & Smart

Homeschool Schedule Planning with Trello

It’s homeschool schedule planning time! Back to school is just around the bend and it is time to get serious about schedule planning. Over the years, I have used a variety of methods to plan our homeschool day. I have fallen in love with using Trello for homeschool schedule planning. We use Ambleside Online and… Read More Homeschool Schedule Planning with Trello

Curriculum Reviews, Featured, General Tips, High School, Web Safe & Smart

The Ultimate List of Free or Nearly Free Electives for High School Homeschoolers

Free electives for high school are not hard to find. Electives are an important part of any homeschool high school education. While some elective credits are spent with additional science, math or history topics, electives are also an opportunity for students to explore their passions. Electives can also be a way to try on possible… Read More The Ultimate List of Free or Nearly Free Electives for High School Homeschoolers

Books, Charlotte Mason, Featured, Living Books, Mondays with Miss Mason, Mother Culture

Mondays with Miss Mason – On Trusting Good Books

Note: this post is part of an ongoing series. For more information visit the Mondays with Miss Mason page. Do you post on Charlotte Mason topics? If so, leave a comment with your link below and I will include you next week. Living books are a major component of a Charlotte Mason education. There is… Read More Mondays with Miss Mason – On Trusting Good Books

2e/Dysgraphia/Dyslexia, Books, Featured, General Tips, Mother Culture, Science

Books for Anxious Kids and Tweens

Mental health awareness is important for everyone– including parents and kids. These books for anxious kids and tweens will help you start the conversation. Did you know that 1 in 5 people will have a mental health disorder in their life? This means that someone you love or you will face this challenge. Take a look… Read More Books for Anxious Kids and Tweens