Feeling Unqualified To Homeschool Your Children? Don’t Worry – It Will Work Out!

As a homeschool mom to four, I am now on “the other end” of my long 20 plus year journey. When I first started out, I sometimes thought, “how am I going to do this?” Twenty years ago, making the home education choice was a decision guaranteed to come with …

How The Coronavirus Turned Me Into An Instant Homeschooler

The Coronavirus turned millions of parents into instant homeschoolers. I never planned to homeschool, but COVID-19 didn’t care about my plans (or anyone else’s). This rapidly spreading virus closed schools across the nation and turned stay-at-home parents to full-time working parents into homeschoolers with little to no preparation. Many school …

How to Homeschool During the Coronavirus Outbreak – Questions & Answers

With sudden school closures, many parents have decided to continue their children’s education at home for the remainder of the school year. Overnight, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has transformed thousands of families from being in the public education system, to being left on their own to figure out how to keep …

Chore Chart Ideas for Kids – Best System I Found to Keep a Clean House!

How I Discovered a Cleaning System for Kids… that Works! I always thought of myself as a tidy person…that is until my four children came along. They were like little spinning tornados of mess! As a mom, you can probably relate to this common problem and have tried many different …

Pet Math Budget Challenge – Free Math Printable Game for Kids! (Grades 3-5)

Fun Real-Life Math Activity – Teaches Kids The Cost Of Pet Ownership Most parents will agree, children don’t have a clue about how much it costs to own a pet…much less multiple pets! The yearly dollar amount can be in the hundreds or even thousands when you consider food, grooming, …

Multiplication Flashcards Not Working? Try Memorizing The Times Tables This Way!

  The invention of Times Tales first came about out of sheer necessity. It all started with a frustrated mom (me!) and her two sons (ages 7 and 9) in what seemed like an endless loop of multiplication flashcard drills. After about 20 minutes, my boys would appear to have …