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Our Homeschooling Years

Sharing the wild ride of our homeschooling years, one step at a time.

Easter Experiments!

This past week at our homeschool co-op we got to enjoy two exciting Easter experiments which are perfect for these rainy days we have been experiencing. Experiment 1: The...

2015 School Launch! {Inside our first week.}

Our little family has successfully kicked off the 2015-2016 school year and we are having a blast so far. We've been kicking butt and taking grades! What exactly...

Roadschooling Gets Real!

Our first day as a legally homeschooling family is right around the corner! Is this real life? I am so excited but I am also in mommy meltdown...

Homeschool Curriculum Choices 2015-16

This homeschool year has started off well so far but it took a lot of work for us to get there. With all of the selections and decisions...

All About Reading Level 2 Review

Entering into our first year with a second grader had me an anxious mess. She was still a struggling reader, I was reminding myself daily that learning to...

Introducing Geography – Africa

Welcome to the second individual edition of Introducing Geography! In this series, we are sharing our books, crafts, recipes, and field trips relating to either our continental or...

National Blueberry Month

One of the great things about homeschooling is the ability to celebrate any holiday we want to. This month, that included National Blueberry Month and this year (2015),...

National Aviation Day 2015

If you follow our family on Facebook or Instagram then you probably noticed a photo or two from our recent trip to the Tyler Historic Aviation Memorial Museum...

Introducing Geography – South America

Welcome to the third individual edition of Introducing Geography! In this series, we are sharing our books, crafts, recipes, and field trips relating to either our continental or state...

Ndebele House Craft

As I mentioned in Introducing Geography - Africa, we did this craft at the drop of a hat to stop some tantrums and allow our littles to reset...