I think we can agree that Home Educators don’t have it easy. A lot has been given up by you to make sure that your kids receive the best parenting and education. So, if someone deserves a break, it’s you. And it’s not as impossible as it first seems. Here are four quick and easy ways to de-stress yourself amidst this chaos.
Children absolutely love making resolutions for the coming year, making big plans and promises for themselves. However sometimes these resolutions only look good on paper, they are sometimes so ambitious that they become unrealistic or unachievable. And if that happens, then rather than serving their purpose of motivating our children, they can lead to frustration or disappointment. Read this blog to find how how you can avoid that.
Homeschooling can be daunting but one always feels better after reading up and researching on things that are unclear. Books can really help in keeping you motivated and inspired on your homeschooling journey. That's why we are here to suggest you our top 8 books that you should go and read to uplift and inspire yourself!
When the cold hits, it's tempting to hibernate inside. But it's a great time to do some winter science activities!
Today, some people tend to believe that homeschooling might not be a good idea for their children. On the other hand, many have agreed to the fact that before homeschooling their children or seeing a relative homeschool his/her child, they believed in the myths about it. If you’re wondering whether your child should be admitted to a school or be taught the ways of life at home, then this article is for you!
Homeschooling is a job in itself but who doesn’t want a job that lets one spend the entire day bonding with the loved ones? We understand that organization and management become a little tricky for a homeschool parent but on the days you feel overwhelmed, a good schedule will lift the clutter off your back. Here are some of the tips to create a schedule for yourself and your little one.
Add something fun & easy to your school days with these fall writing prompts.
Low-key, low-prep resources you can use to study 9/11 in your homeschool.
Journaling doesn't only polish the writing skills of students, but brings them a lot more long term benefits that parents might not be aware of. Read this blog to understand why you need to encourage your child to start writing journals.
We need to reflect and learn from our previous homeschooling year so we can make the necessary changes if needed.