5 Reasons We Study Greek Mythology in Our Homeschool

Why We Study Greek Mythology in Our Homeschool

Part of the beauty of homeschooling is to have the flexibility to choose a curriculum and materials that suit your family’s needs and desires. One family may place a high value on music and art, while another family chooses technology as a cornerstone in their homeschool. In our family, following a classical curriculum is a […]

Our Relaxed Classical Homeschool Classroom – Right in the Living Room

We don’t have a dedicated homeschool room in our house, since we’re pressed for space. We have a 3 bedroom house plus a basement, but with 5 children here and a husband who works from home, we don’t have a room to give up. Instead, we make our space work for us. I’ve put the […]

Tools to Help You Get Fit

best tools for getting fit

Now that you’ve made the commitment to work on your fitness, how do you keep track of your activity, progress and goals? You’ll find fitness devices, websites, apps and more out there. More of a pen and paper girl? No worries! We’ll chat about ways you can chart your plans and successes. On Thursday, as […]

Toddler Fun Basket – Keeping the Littles Busy While You Work

toddler fun basket

As the homeschooling mother of many, trying to keep babies and toddlers occupied while I teach lessons is a part of my daily routine. Over in the Big Book of Homeschool Ideas, I shared how we set up our homeschooling area to accommodate crawling babies and active toddlers. Some days are smoother than others, but […]

Stress, Sleep and Self Care for Moms

stress, sleep and self care for moms

As the heart of the homeschool family, mothers often burn the candle at both ends. Juggling work, homeschooling, marriage and managing a household can leave us with an empty tank. In order to best care for our families, we’ve got to focus on ourselves first. On Thursday, as part of the special iHomeschool Network Summer […]