Guest Post – Lydia

Please welcome our Friday guest, Lydia, from Small Town Simplicity! Meet B. He is smart, funny, interested in all realms of science, mathematics and history. He loves a good story, movies, videogames. He loves to dive into the worlds of Pokemon and Harry Potter and can spend days in full Star Wars character without coming […]

Link Up – Uniforms

Yesterday our panel shared whether they require their children to dress for the homeschool day. Who did you relate with the most? What does getting dressed look like in your home? Do you wear mismatched socks and neon lounge pants? What’s the funniest thing your kid wears to school? Link up your post! If you […]

Panel – Uniforms

This week we asked our panel ‘Do you require your child(ren) to be dressed for school? Why or why not?’ Here’s what they had to say! Be sure to come back tomorrow and link up the silliest “school outfit” your child has worn! Melissa ~ We do have a routine in the morning. Breakfast, wash […]

Celebrating Fall in the Midwest

Celebrating Fall in the Midwest, there Celebrate the Season By: April Our family lived in the California desert until last summer. Fall was always celebrated at our house with pumpkin pie, apple cider and one last camping trip before winter. We went to pumpkin patches and visited the mountains where we could see the colorful […]

A Hunting We Will Go

A Hunting We Will Go, treatment Preschool Parade By Jane Here in the Pacific Northwest, dosage we’re soaking in the last few days of sun before rain settles in for the winter. And one popular outdoor activity with our three-year-old is the oh-so-versatile nature hunt. There are so many variations, and it’s easy to adapt […]

Guest Post – Dorie

Please welcome our Friday guest, Dorie, from Just Next Door. Six years ago, my husband and I began homeschooling. Our homeschool journey has not always been smooth sailing, and we’ve learned many lessons along the way. One of the greatest lessons I, personally, had to learn was that children are not ‘cookie cutter creations.’ They […]

Panel – Birthdays

Today the panel shares their ideas on how to celebrate a birthday during the homeschool day. These ladies are creative! Check out how they make their birthday homeschooler feel special!!  And don’t forget to come back tomorrow to link up your homeschool birthday celebration ideas. Melissa ~ Our home is HUGE on celebrations, any celebration. Birthdays are […]

Fall Garden

Fall Garden, Celebrate the Season By: Annalea Dirt is crusted under her fingernails. Pink shoes and mismatched socks are soggy from the hose. Sweaty curls are tangled. But all of that pales in comparison with her achievement. My girl pulled and cleaned a snack from the garden. All by herself. Wow. Back in June, tiny […]

Link Up – Preschool Parade

Welcome to the very first Preschool Parade link up!! This link up will be held every other Monday and is dedicated to preschool topics only. If you are new to this link up, doctor please read the participation guidelines and feel free to grab the button. Jane shares – Three (and a half)-year-old Esmé and […]

Guest Post – Tricia

Please welcome our Friday Guest, Tricia, from Hodgepodge. The community helpers puzzle. Its pieces dumped in the floor, again. I find myself frustrated, again. Frustrated to pick up the pieces and frustrated we were all sick. Frustrated we couldn’t get out and help the victims of recent flooding. But the Lord calmly gave me an […]

Link Up – Lunch

Yesterday our panel shared their favorite kid-friendly lunches. Now it’s your turn! Link to your lunch post and share how you have broken out of the soup and sandwich box! What are some of your children’s lunch time favorites? If you are new to this link up, please be sure to read the participation guidelines. […]

Panel – Lunch

Are you in a PB&J; rut? Tired of hearing the question ‘what’s for lunch’? This week our panel shares their ideas for preparing lunch without missing school lessons! Be inspired. Remember to come back tomorrow and link up your favorite lunch ideas! April ~ I have the boys make their own lunch. They are 11 […]

Autumn Activities, Celebrate the Season

Autumn Activities, shop Celebrate the Season By: Jennifer I always sigh when fall finally arrives. The cooler temperatures and lower humidity are a welcome relief from the South’s triple-digit summers. The arrival of autumn drastically changes our activity schedule. We spend more time outside. Our dinner menu changes from cold cuts and salads to warmer […]

Veggie Babies

Veggie Babies, remedy Preschool By: Jane. My 3-year-old has been all about dramatization and role play lately. And she’s adventuresome in casting the stars of her shows. Glue bottles, toilet paper rolls – they all fit the bill from time to time. I thought it was cute when Esmé grabbed an unhusked corn cob from […]

Guest Post – Courtney

Please welcome our Friday guest, prescription Courtney. Someone asked me the other day, sildenafil “Did you ever doubt your decision to homeschool?” I quickly and easily said a firm, “No.” See, I was homeschooled for my entire education. My parents did a fantastic job of teaching their children at home long before it was popular. […]