DISCLAIMER: This post may show you just how small-minded you can be, and/or test your current perspectives of home education and other ethnicities. It's not your typical "diversity" post. Enjoy! Contrary to popular belief, homeschooling is not some American trend where majority of those who choose it are white, privileged families - at least not… Continue reading Homeschooling: The Diversity Hidden Within
I have been homeschooling going on five years and until recently, I had never considered adopting literature-based learning as a method I would use in teaching my kiddos. We already read every single day and sometimes stay in a particular book for a certain amount of time. But to build an entire unit based lesson… Continue reading The Joys of Literature-based Learning
There are many reasons why people teach their children at home, and it seems that it works for many families - ours included. It is not for everyone, but if you are unhappy with the education your children are currently getting, perhaps homeschooling could be the perfect answer. Our homeschool journey started when our oldest… Continue reading 7 Reasons to Homeschool Your Child in 2019
I've been on both sides of the turf. Having spent several years in the school system as a Curriculum Specialist Assistant, Tutor, and Preschool Teacher, I've seen academically challenged students. On the other side, I'm a mom of four kiddos who are being homeschooled by me and their father. From this aspect things look a… Continue reading What if your child isn’t really struggling academically?
Hey homeschooling mama. Can we be honest here? There are good days, and there are not-so-good days. I think subconsciously we want nothing more than to have it - and keep it - all together. Just do a quick Pinterest or Google search and you'll find results (and some) that scream it. The truth of… Continue reading Encouragement for Your Homeschool Journey