As homeschooling evolves, there are more and more methods and styles surfacing. One of the newest methods is known as the Unit Study Method which a lot of homeschooling families are loving. The biggest reason is it practically fits any learning and homeschool style. It is what it sounds like so you're basically using the… Continue reading How Unit Studies Changed Our Homeschool + Why You Should Try It Too!
Let's talk about homeschooling kiddos with exceptionalities. . . also known as disabilities. Of course this could range anywhere from ADD/ADHD and autism to speech related issues, dyslexia, mental health, and more - but what do you do when you've assumed, realized, and know for sure that you're about to embark on the journey of… Continue reading Homeschooling with Exceptionalities
"It was once again time for the annual Science Fair at Easy Creek Elementary School. Anna wasn't excited about the upcoming event because of the embarrassing projects she'd come up with during her 3rd and 4th grade years. This was her last year of elementary school, and she wanted this year to be different. Anna… Continue reading New Huddleston Family Favorite Book: Anna, Kid Engineer
For the past couple of weeks, I've been on a "styles" kick. You've probably heard of learning styles and homeschooling styles as being very important facets in home education - but what about the role that parenting styles play? In our Facebook group, With the Huddleston's Homeschooling Community, we started a two-week mission called Operation… Continue reading Operation Homeschool Success: Parenting Styles
Before my moment of awakening, I used to think that I needed to get out of the house and away from it all to really enjoy a moment of self-care (in its do-something-for-yourself form). Don't get me wrong, having a day at the salon or an evening out with the ladies is certainly okay! I'm… Continue reading Self-Care: How (and why) to make it family-style!