The HSV Panel – P.E.

I am so excited to introduce you to our *new* HSV Panel! These fantastic ladies have a permanent residence in the Village (on the right side bar with links to their blogs – go check them out). The HSV Panel will be answering one question each week and sharing their experiences with us! “P.E. is […]

Mail

What is more fun than connecting with homeschool moms? Homeschoolers connecting with homeschoolers while working on letter writing skills! The HSV is going to attempt to roll out a pen-pal opportunity for your homeschoolers!If your homeschooler (K-12th) would like to sign up for a pen-pal – we will be organizing a list to match your […]

What About P.E. ??

Besides the “socialization question” the second biggest question I get about homeschooling is “what about P.E.” There are so many fun ways to raise a child’s heart beat and teach them rules of the game! This week we’re chatting about exercise, outside games, team sports, and how do you define physical education? No question for […]

Guest Post – Jamie

Please welcome Jamie Worley the 3rd guest post here at the Village!Our homeschool is primarily based on Charlotte Mason’s style of teaching: oodles of living books, nature study, copywork, narrations, poetry, and so on. But we’re a bit eclectic, too, so if I see an idea that may work for my kids, we’ll give it […]

Thursday Link Up – Grades

I hope you found out it’s not so scary asking your children to grade you! So let’s hear it – what grade would you give yourself and what grade did the kiddos give you! I hope you enjoyed the conversation! Next week we’re definitely taking the focus off of ourselves and chatting on a specific […]

Self Evaluation

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” Dr. Seuss “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he”. Proverbs 23:7 This week’s topic is self evaluation! We hope it will benefit you! We were curious of a few things: 1. If you […]

Guest Post – Jenn

Thanks for the great recipes and linking up yesterday! We appreciate your support and interaction! Next week we’re going to talk about self evaluation! But today …… please welcome our 2nd guest post!Eclectic by nature I’ve been homeschooling for 11 years now, and almost every year has been different. I’m an eclectic homeschooler- using methods […]

Thursday Link Up – Cooking

Today we’re linking up to share our children’s favorite recipe they enjoy cooking and a picture (if you have one)! ENJOY!

Cooking 101 Tips

* everystockphoto We asked for experienced cooks to share tips and helpful suggestions for other moms who may not be as comfortable cooking with their children just yet. Thank you for your Cooking 101 feedback!! * Christina W. Dinner is a family event in our home even the little ones who are two get in […]

Cooking Fun Days

Cooking Fun Days July 6th, viagra 7th, erectile & 9th July 6•Cherry Festival – Michiganno cherries on hand? Easy Cherry Pie Recipe – click here July 7•Chocolate DayThe Layton Family likes to add chocolate morsels to Pillsbury crescent rolls to make chocolate croissants July 9•Sugar Cookie DaySugar Cookie Recipe – click hereOf course, I buy […]