Staring down the end of our homeschool year always makes me think about the mamas out there who are still on the fence about homeschooling. Spring is crunch time for us mamas. Are we going to enroll our littles in public school or take on their education ourselves?
The summer 2018 session will begin our 8th year homeschooling–my boys are now in middle and high school–and I’m totally willing to share what I’ve learned with you. Maybe it will help you choose homeschooling more easily.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s a hard decision and a scary one. You probably have valid reasons for considering homeschooling your kids, but chances are you’re struggling with the same fears I had in the beginning
I don’t know how you spent your winter break, but I spent mine knee-deep in cleaning supplies.
Seriously. The boys and I went from one side of our house to the other and cleaned out every. single. room. We started in their bedroom (which once upon a time was our homeschool classroom), beginning with the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and ending with the school supplies that needed to be moved to my office.
I know. Whether your kids are about to take a break from homeschool or public school, you’re probably scrambling. A 2-week break? In the cold? With everybody inside?
What are you gonna DO?!
I love this time of year, don’t you? There are so many fun things to do during the holidays.
One of my favorite holiday traditions has become collaborating with other bloggers to bring you lots of yummy good stuff to help you celebrate your holidays. This week, I’m taking part in the 12 Days of Christmas series with Sicily’s Heart and Home, and there are already so many great ideas for you in the series.