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Travel Smarter: Special Needs Field Trip Tips

Minimize travel stress for yourself and your kids with these 10 tips!

6 Valentine's Day Books for Your Preschooler

While there are many other fun and popular Valentine’s Day preschool books, these are the ones we’ve been reading on repeat all month long.

Building Your Preschool Tool Kit

"We’ve gradually built a preschool tool kit filled with supplies designed to build motor skills and reinforce letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. Here's my list."

Using Therapies in My Child’s Student Educational Plan (SEP)

Homeschooling a child who finds learning very hard or has special needs? Great news: You can use at-home and/or outsourced therapies to make the learning process easier and more rewarding for your child!

The Day My Kids (Almost) Ran Away

There are often moments in parenting when you must choose how to respond to your child’s actions. Do you bring down the law? Do you give them grace? Or would they perhaps learn the best lesson by discovering the natural consequences of their actions?

Teaching Kids to Accept “No”

One of the benefits is that it helps children respect others boundaries and set their own.  

Listening and Validating the Feelings of My Kids

According to How We Love, there are 3 steps in validating others’ feelings and fully connecting with another person.

A Few Vignettes from Homeschooling with the Joneses

Sometimes stepping back reminds you why you homeschool.

10 Reasons Why You Can Say Yes to Taking a Break

Rest isn’t just a luxury–it’s a necessity! Here’s why.

Life in the Time of Quarantine


The Last Word

Our series responding to Professor Elizabeth Bartholet’s call for a presumptive ban on homeschooling by attorneys and education scholars was intended to show the immeasurable benefits of this amazing option to children, families, and our nation.

A Shadowbox of Memories: Choosing What to Treasure

When reviewing your homeschool journey, there are some moments to reflect on and cherish.

Do You Procrastinate? Evaluate!

"A Teen’s Guide to Getting Stuff Done by Jennifer Shannon, LMFT approaches procrastination not as a flaw to be conquered, but as a part of your personality to be understood . . ."

Homeschool Moves Ahead After Family Trauma

After her husband died, this widow started homeschooling to help her sons cope with their loss. Then she found help through some unexpected circumstances.

10 Books to Read to Your Preschooler to Celebrate the Fourth of July

These 10 resources are a great way to prepare for Fourth of July celebrations and spark patriotism in your own children.

Just Add a 1

A homeschool mom reflects on how much has changed with her kids between 2010 and 2020.

St. Patrick’s Day Book Round-Up

Here are some book ideas to read with your little ones! 

Keeping Kids on Task When the Classroom is Your Living Room

Getting kids to focus can be a struggle! Here’s what this mom is doing.

Winter Book Round-up

Here are some book ideas to read with your little ones this winter season! 

Three Tips for Stress-Free Nature Study in the Early Years

How can we get our preschoolers and young families out of doors—without losing our sanity—when we face so many obstacles? As a homeschooling mama of 4, I have three tips.
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