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Sun + Dirt + Microbiome: Let your Kids Get Dirty

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Sun + Dirt + Microbiome: Let your Kids Get Dirty

Any time the weather is warm, we need to let our kids play outside as much as possible, soak up the sun, play in the dirt + gardens, splash in pools + oceans, eat fresh food, etc. As it gets cooler, sit out by campfires and you know that will get them dirty! Some how, most kids find a way to get the soot on themselves and their clothes!....We live in a bacteria 🦠 fearful world right now but not all bacteria is bad!!!⁣...continue reading

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The Best Family Board and Card Games

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Games provide many opportunities for academic practice at every age and stage of learning. 

"Preschoolers and elementary aged students greatly enjoy games! Although parents often cringe at playing games like Candyland (ugh!), there are great lessons for kids in these simple games. Here are just a few reasons to play.....continue reading

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What Does Homeschooling Really Look Like?

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If you are reading this chances are that because of the current world events you are seriously considering homeschooling, or you are just a very curious person. Either way, I'd like to tell you what homeschooling looks like in our family and how we lived it out.

But before I really start.... continue reading

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4 Steps to Teaching Multiple Ages

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When you’re a homeschooling mom teaching multiple ages, you may feel stressed and overwhelmed. You want what’s best for your children, and this includes providing them with the best home education possible. Deep down you know there has to be a better and easier way to teach them all, but you just haven’t .......continue reading

 

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Curriculum Highlight- Sonlight

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I absolutely LOVE Sonlight. We used just about all of the cores during my 22 years of homeschooling.
We saw history in a new light. Sonlight uses reading books, living books, not textbooks, to take you and your child through history by drawing you into the events, feelings, and thoughts of those who lived before us. (fiction and non-fiction).......continue reading 

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