Planning for High School

Planning for a high schooler is a scary thought for most homeschool parents, but it doesn’t have to be! In this fantastic post, Dollie Freeman shares how she plans for her high schoolers. You won’t want to miss these excellent ideas!  

Homeschool Classroom on a Garage Sale Budget

It can be intimidating to look through pictures of other family’s homeschool rooms. They always look so nice…and expensive! One question always comes to my mind. Is there a way to make my room look like this on a smaller budget? If you’ve wondered the same thing, you will enjoy Rebecca’s post. Her ideas are […]

Workboxes with a Twist

Workboxes are an excellent way to teach independence in your homeschool. You might be surprised and just how much you can include. Take a peak at how Kendra Fletcher does it….

Organizing Notebooks {For Messy People}

Have you ever read a post about organization and felt a huge knot of inadequacy in your stomach? If you have, you will surely enjoy Ticia’s post on Organizing Notebooks…for messy people! Her real-life pictures are an encouragement to all moms, even if you feel like there is no hope.

How to Organize Mystery of History Once and For All {FREE printables}

If you love Mystery of History as much as I do, you will be so excited to see this post by Kendra Fletcher. In a 2-part series she shares fantastic organizational tips that will save you scads of precious hours in your day. It’s in video form and she shares FREE printables. What else could […]

Organizing Classical Conversations: a 5 Day Series!

  If your family participates in Classical Conversations, cialis you will love this 5 day series on how to organize it. I covered everything from lesson plans to materials. There are even tips for tutors! Organizing Classical Conversations: Day 1 At Home Set-up Day 2 The Memory Work  Day 3 Materials Day 4 A Classical […]

Organizing for a Unit Study

A big thank you to Apologia for sponsoring this series… I find unit studies work really well for our family. I can incorporate different subjects into the one theme and can teach all of my kids at one time. When I am planning for a unit study, nurse the first step is to choose the […]

How to Organize for Independent Home Schooling

A big thank you to Apologia for sponsoring this series…   This post contains affiliate links. As a Charlotte Mason home educator, I love to train my children in self-learning and independence in their studies. Starting the year organized is one of the best ways to accomplish this for my children. I would love to […]

Outdoors: The Perfect Charlotte Mason Classroom

Welcome to The Homeschool Village’s first ever Tour of Home{schools}!  We are so excited that you stopped in. We hope that you will find encouragement and ideas for all types of spaces, styles and personalities.   Have you ever taken learning outdoors?  If you haven’t, you have missed the opportunity to have the perfect Charlotte Mason […]

Pointers for Planning a Unit Study

Over the past year, our homeschool has been FULL of unit study action.  I chose to go with both Galloping the Globe and Five in a Row as our ‘curriculum’, which proved to be both tons of fun and extremely educational for both the children AND myself! The first thing I always mention to Moms […]

CANADA

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