Doodle Journeys: A Fill-In Journal for Everyday Explorers Do you or your children like to journal or create scrapbooks of places you have traveled? When our children were younger we had them create a notebook when we traveled (and yes we counted it as homeschooling), which would serve as their report for the trip.
Have you heard the awesome news? I think this is going to make a real difference for those of us that are either looking to sell our products or parents looking to purchase homeschooling curriculum. I just received an email from the founders of Educents, Kate and Kaitlyn, with some really exciting news. Until today, […]
Do you love to do art projects with your children? Do you have supplies all over your home? My boys love to do different art projects and we have a lot of different supplies throughout the house. If you are looking for a way to keep some of your supplies in order be sure to […]
If you have been homeschooling for any amount of time I’m sure that you have a lot of supplies. Trying to figure out where to put all the things you are saving for next year, the next child or even the stuff that you need for this year can be quite the task. Susan […]
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 […]
When I first read this post, it brought back such fond memories of when our children’s music was taking over the house! You probably have experienced similar problems. Looking for Simple Ideas for Organizing Kids Music? Hop over and see how this music-loving mom does it!
Don’t let your homeschool books become the source of frustration! In a few simple steps, you really can tame the homeschool library giant. Deb from Living Montessori Now will help you with Simple Tips for Organizing Your Homeschool Library! Hop over and check out her great ideas.
I don’t know about you, but I have a LOT of books. And lots of books can easily get out of control. If that is the case in your house, you will love this post on 5 Tips to minimize your book collection. Start today!
I have to admit that I LOVE school supplies. I don’t love a mess though. Sometimes it take be hard to tame those unruly pencils and crayons. Looking for simple and frugal solutions? Jump over to Not Consumed for some new ideas for Organizing School Supplies. Looking for great Homeschool Deals?
I think a big part of the winter blues has to do with disorganization. We are half way through the year and the pencils, drugs crayons and paper seem to be thrown in whatever array best suits the moment. If you find yourself in this saga, you will be encouraged my these 6 Tips For […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m always up for a challenge. Ha! Throw in the word organization and I’m THERE! What about you? Do you desire to tame the beast and create peace in your homeschool? Join, veteran homeschool mom of 6 as she encourages you with wit and real-life help. She provides printable […]
Whoever said, pharmacy “less is more” is certainly right when it comes to the STUFF that piles up in our homes. Do you have a desire to live a more simplistic life? This post offers excellent tips for organizing your homeschool through minimalism.
It can be intimidating to look through pictures of other family’s homeschool rooms. They always look so nice…and expensive! One question always comes to my mind. Is there a way to make my room look like this on a smaller budget? If you’ve wondered the same thing, you will enjoy Rebecca’s post. Her ideas are […]
Becky from This Reading Mama has written an amazing series on how to organize your home to help encourage your children to read! I know you will love the ideas that she shares in this 5 day series. It’s practical and the suggestions are easy to implement. Day 1: Organizing Your Books Day 2: […]
Jonathan Toomey is the best woodcarver in the valley, but he is always alone and never smiles. No one knows about the mementos of his lost wife and child that he keeps in an unopened drawer. But one early winter’s day, a widow and her young son approach him with a gentle request that leads […]