Browsing Category : Homeschooling 101

How to Get into a GOOD Homeschool Routine!


Hi friends! Do you need help getting your family into a good homeschool routine? Are your kids whining and complaining about school? Are they procrastinating and not working diligently? Well don’t fear! Today I’m sharing my top tips for getting your family into a good homeschooling routine, reduce complaining and encourage hard work and diligence in your home. Check out…

How to Get Motivated after the Holidays!


Hi friends! Are your kids whining about getting back into homeschool after the holiday season? Are you dragging your feet too? Well today I’ll be sharing my tips for getting your homeschooling groove back after the holidays! I don’t know about you all, but our January has been ho-hum in the back-to-school sense. Usually this time of year we need…

NEW Homeschool Organization Masterclass!


Hi friends!  So many of you have been asking questions about how I do it all, how I plan our year, how I keep up with household responsibilities, and how I remain sane while doing it all? And guess what? I’ve been listening! I’m super excited today to release my brand NEW Homeschool Organization Masterclass! This eCourse is going to…

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Literature Unit Study


Hi friends, I have a new elementary level literature unit for you! Today’s release is the new literature unit for Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, a classic story written by Kate Douglas Wiggin. The literature unit comes with chapter by chapter comprehension questions as well as a teacher answer key for each chapter along with lapbook units and several reports. –>…

Tip Tuesday: Homeschooling Through High School


Hi friends, and welcome to another Tip Tuesday! Now that we’re in the trenches of preparing for high school I wanted to share my tips on what to do to prepare for high school, how to decide on coursework, create transcripts, and help planning the future course for your student. Homeschooling through the upper grades can be an overwhelming and…

Tip Tuesday: Homeschooling Kindergarten & Early Elementary


Hi friends! For today’s Tip Tuesday video, I’m talking about how to homeschool through kindergarten and early elementary years. Homeschooling is flexible in so many ways, and that includes what you choose to do for each year. Today I’ll be talking about the main subjects you’ll want to cover for these grades as well as some tips to make your…

Tip Tuesday: Homeschooling on a Budget


Hi everyone! For today’s Tip Tuesday video, I’m talking about how to homeschool on a budget. Homeschooling is flexible in so many ways, and that includes budgeting. There are many options for homeschooling on a budget. Watch my Tip Tuesday: Homeschooling on a Budget video for my tips and tricks to get the most out of your homeschooling budget! Here…

How to Transition to Homeschool Midyear


Hi friends! For today’s homeschooling Tip Tuesday I want to talk about how to transition from a traditional school setting to a homeschool environment mid-year. Switching to homeschooling can be an overwhelming experience for both the parent and the child and hopefully this video will help you prepare for the switch, relieve anxiety for both you and your student, and…

Study Tips #4: How to Prepare for Exams & Reduce Test Anxiety


Hi friends! Welcome to the fourth video in the “Study Tips 101” series of my Tip Tuesday videos. In this series we’re going to cover several helpful tips and tricks that will help you and your students be successful in preparing for high school and even college. Hopefully you’ve watched my previous videos in this series and therefore mastered your…

Study Tips #3: How to Study for Tests


Hi friends! Welcome to the third video in the “Study Tips 101” series of my Tip Tuesday videos. In this series we’re going to cover several helpful tips and tricks that will help you and your students be successful in preparing for high school and even college.   Once you’ve mastered your note taking skills, and created useful study tools,…