4 Tips for Starting School

Good Tips Tuesday on SimplySherryl has 4 articles on Tips for Starting School. Check out the awesome posts on scheduling, doctor starting with a preschooler or schooling year round. Articles on: 10 Gluten Free Recipes for Kids Daily Home Preschool Schedule Starting School for Children on the Autism Spectrum Student Planner for Year Round Homeschooling

BFAIR Unit Studies

Does your family use Five in a Row? Pam from Everyday Snapshots has a free printable to help you plan and organize your Five in a Row Unit Studies.  If you’s like more help to see if FIAR would be a good fit for your family read more about how Pam uses FIAR unit studies […]

How to Build a Curriculum yourself

There are many great companies that put together curriculum for homeschool families. Have you ever thought about putting your own curriculum together? The thought can be scary but Free Homeschool Deals has a great post about putting together your own curriculum for your children that is sure to help ease your worries.  

Planning for High School

Do you have any soon-to-be high schoolers in your home? High school can be a stressful transition for homeschooling families. There are many things to consider, illness requirements to meet and records to keep. Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has created a high school planning sheet to help you get prepared.  

Planning Period for Moms

Organizing Lesson Plans

Writing lesson plans can take a lot of time.  If you need some help with keeping your plan organized, vialis 40mg Ticia has a great post about getting your lesson plans in order so you can save time. She walks you through how she plans lessons for her children, how she organizes those plans and […]

Schedules, Planning and Time Management

Schedules and Planners for the Large Family

It was super easy to organize my first child. Then came along a second and I accidentally attempted to burn the house down by forgetting to turn off the flat iron. By the 3rd child, I found myself standing at the grocery checkout without my wallet. Need I even mention the fourth? It’s no secret that larger families […]

How to Choose Homeschool Curriculum

The vendor hall can be an overwhelming place when you are new to a convention or aren’t sure what you are looking for.  Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has a great post to help you when you are choosing homeschool curriculum. Take a look at this post while you planning your shopping list for a convention. […]

Homeschool Curriculum Price Comparison Printable

Getting to shop for curriculum is one of the perks of attending a homeschool conference.  Keeping track of prices and costs can be a little overwhelming. This free homeschool curriculum price comparison printable from Gricefully Homeschooling is really handy. You can check prices as your favorite online stores and compare to the conference prices to […]

Homeschool Convention Must Haves

When it’s time to pack for a convention it is easy to forget something.  Having a list can be super helpful and Our Abundant Blessings has a free printable list of all the must have items to take with you for a homeschool conference.  

Packing Food For a Homeschool Convention

If you are heading to a homeschool convention have you given any thought to what kind of food to take with you? Bringing your own food to the convention can be a great way to save some money and also manage food allergies or sensitivities in your family. Our Abundant Blessings has a free printable […]

Tips for Attending a Homeschool Convention

Are you trying to figure out how to navigate the vendor hall or how to carry around your purchases? What about what kind of shoes to wear? Jolanthe shares her thoughts on these questions and more in how to get the most out of a homeschool convention.   

Homeschool Convention Printables

One great thing about homeschool conventions is all the information that you can gather while you are there.  But it can be hard to keep it all organized.  Peace on the Creek Prairie has some wonderful homeschool convention printables to help you stay organized: curriculum planning sheets, treatment price comparison pages, workshop notes and more!

Getting Ready for a Homeschool Convention

  Getting ready for a homeschool convention takes a lot of planning: child care, buy food, viagra buy travel, and the speaker schedule. If you need some ideas on how to get everyone ready for the convention and how to spend your time once you get there then read Homeschool Conventions 101: How to Plan.