Our Homeschool Preschool Corner

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.   Today I’m sharing with you what our homeschool preschool corner looks like. My boys are only 3 and 1, so […]

Creating a Sensory Rich 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. (This post contains an affiliate link.)  Four of our seven kids have Sensory Processing Disorder (also sometimes called Sensory Integration Disorder). […]

Creating Opportunities for Fitness in the Homeschool Room

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 heard the advice to store books in every room to help your children learn to love reading? That’s some […]

School Room Organization for a Big Family

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 for all types of homeschooling, personalites, and spaces. A special thank you to our series sponsor, See The Light.   There are so many benefits to having a large family, too numerous […]

Math Equation Sorts: Using Logical Reasoning

One of the first strategies kids use for solving number equations is counting on their fingers.  With my oldest {currently 1st grade}, I began to notice that counting on his fingers {even using small manipulatives} was slowing him down.  He was ready to move on to using a new and “upgraded” strategy. I realized that, for the […]

Making Words the Dr. Seuss Way

It’s the end of February and that means one thing: Dr. Seuss’ birthday will be here before you know it! {March 2}.  Dr. Seuss is most definitely the master of silly rhyming words.  One of my favorite books by him is There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!.  It’s filled with silly rhymes, sure to get […]

Friendly Letters and Fractions: A Lesson in Giving

One of the reasons I love homeschooling so much is that it provides many opportunities to integrate what we’re learning in school into our every day lives.  This makes learning meaningful, giving it a practical purpose.  When this happens, my kids can clearly and immediately see the need for the skill they are learning. Just […]

Oh No! I Over-shopped!

It’s that time of year again – Back To School. Schools are starting up and, viagra 40mg as usual, many fliers are coming to my house with the latest sales on school supplies, books, and super-cute classroom ideas. It’s like the big stores are reading my mind! Once upon a time I was the girl […]

A Space for Your Workplace

Imagine you are given the job of cooking 3 meals a day for your family. At first, there you might think this is an easy task. But, price imagine you must now accomplish this everyday without a kitchen. In fact, you have no set space to work. Worse yet, you find not only do you […]