Lesson planning takes time, and it can be frustrating for some, but it doesn't have to be. Consider these useful tips to improve your lesson planning experience: 1) Relax. Do not work on your lesson plans during stressful periods. Doing so can impair your ability to plan with a clear mind and result in frustration.... Continue Reading →
Why Test Your Homeschooler?
I encounter mixed reactions when I tell people that I test my homeschooling student. Some homeschooling mothers give me a look of disdain, while others request an explanation as to why I would do such a thing. Non-homeschooling parents are more accepting about me homeschooling my child. However, many people frown upon the testing of... Continue Reading →
Homeschooling for free is the ultimate goal for most homeschool parents. However, I do believe that investing a little toward one's homeschooling education would positively impact the quality of education given. Don't get me wrong, many parents are able to give their children a quality homeschool education with little or no monetary investment. But, by... Continue Reading →
The decision to homeschool was not an easy decision to make. When the time came to withdraw my daughter from the public school system, I had convinced myself that I was prepared to take on the challenge. But, was I really? I thought I was. Did I know then that it would consume me as... Continue Reading →
The Journey Begins…
... here with a young mind eager to learn in a comfortable setting and at her own pace. The journey begins with the realization that learning can be specific to one's individual learning style. The journey begins when you realize that the journey will never end. The journey begins when you realize that you are... Continue Reading →