Homeschool Survival Guide

Planning to attend any homeschool conventions this year?  Whether it’s your first time or your tenth time a a convention you will want to take advantage of the Homeschool Convention Survival Guide,  a free e-book from Raising Arrows.  

Ultimate Homeschool Convention Guide

Ah, I can almost smell the crisp textbooks filling the vendor hall now. Yes friends, convention season is here and I’m so excited! Are you going to a convention this year? Oh, I sure hope so. There are so many great reasons to attend a Homeschool convention! It’s often that I hear families express a […]

Packing for a Homeschool Convention

Not sure what to pack for the homeschool convention? What to Bring to a Homeschool Convention has some ideas for things that you can grab and go without a lot of planning. If you need help planning to get the family ready to go, buy be sure to print off this homeschool convention packing list […]

How to Choose Curriculum that Works for You

Have you ever bought a curriculum and discovered that it wasn’t a good fit for your family?  The #1 Reason A Curriculum Fails and Why You Should Change How You Select Yours could be just what you need to help make a better choice for your homeschool curriculum plans.  

Learn to Organize Your Homeschool for a Brand New Year

Wendy has written a helpful series over at At Home w/GCH called Organizing Your Homeschool for a Brand New Year. Take a look at the series to learn more about de-cluttering, pilule donating, health organizing your homeschool shelves, and more! 7 Ways to Stay Focused as You Work Towards the Goal of Decluttering  6 Steps […]

Pinterest for Homeschool: Get yourself organized!

Pinterest and homeschooling are a match made in heaven, cure but for some the task of organizing Pinterest to work for their homeschool is daunting. Come be encouraged as Sharla walks you through a simple way to organize your homeschool resources using Pinterest: Using Pinterest in Homeschooling.

The Ultimate Resource for Kid’s Chores

Don’t let chores be a source of frustration in your home. A little organization is all it takes to make it manageable for everyone in the house! Printable chore charts, DIY ideas, and age-appropriate lists…we’ve got it all. Plus, a link-up at the bottom with more ideas from readers like you. Grab a cup of […]

Modular Schedule: Flexibility and Accountability in One

I’m rather partial to this kind of schedule myself. It has worked beautifully for my family and it’s fun to see how much the Pelsers love it too! Check out Amanda’s Homeschooling with a Modular Schedule post and see if it might help you find the right balance between flexibility and accountability.  

DIY Chore System

I absolutely LOVE this idea from Dollie over at Teachers of Good Things. Finding a chore system that works for you can be difficult. This DIY Chore System is frugal, ampoule simple, and can work for absolutely any chore! Hop over and check out how she did it!

The Age Appropriate Chore List You Will Love

Mother of 8, Amy from Raising Arrows has been a wealth of information for as long as I can remember. Her list of chores is simple, age-appropriate, and just what you need if you are looking for more ways to instill family responsibility in your home. Hop over and check out Amy’s Appropriate Chore List […]

Do you need an Easy Peasy Chores Solution?

It’s important to me that my kids help around the house, but I’ll be honest. It’s hard. Planning and following through can be very time consuming. I need something EASY and I bet you do too. How about and EASY PEASY chores solution that will End the Battle of Chores With Your Kids? Looking for more […]

Chore Sticks for Toddlers

I think that it’s best to start kids in the helping with chores as early as possible, but sometimes this presents a problem. Getting those little guys (and sometimes not so little guys) to remember to do the chores can be tricky. Chore sticks are an excellent way to solve this problem. Hop over to Toddler […]

Make Chores a Game: Four in a Row

This is such a simple idea for making chore time fun. I have to admit that I’ve been a boring mom when it comes to chores, but this Four in a Row Family Cleaning Game has changed my mind. Hop over to Toddler Approved and see how you can make chores in your home fun […]

Age Appropriate Chores For Kids

Do you have little ones, but struggle to find appropriate chores for them? Ticia over at Adventures in Mommydom has some great suggestions of age appropriate chores for young kids with suggestions for how to adapt as time goes on. I bet you’ll find one you can use! Check out more ideas for chores on […]

Chores Board Game {DIY}

I’m all about making chore time fun for your kids. So naturally, I love this DIY Chores Board Game. Stop the arguing and nagging and try this fun way to motivate your kids to help around the house. Looking for more great ideas? Check out our Chores Pinterest board: