The Benefits of Multi-Age Teaching

Posted in Homeschooling, Just Starting Out on June 3, 2017

Family Walking Together

“I wanna see, too,” said little brother as he gently nudged his big brother away from the microscope. “Yes, take turns. You can both see,” I reminded them. They each gazed into the microscope with wonder, amazed that a whole tiny world existed that was previously invisible to them. Their big sister had already had Read More »

How to Homeschool Preschool

Posted in Just Starting Out on May 24, 2017

Teaching a preschooler

There are plenty of legitimate reasons for enrolling your kids in preschool, but fear is not one of them. You can do this. In fact, all legitimate reasons aside, your preschoolers need you to teach DIY preschool. Believe it or not, preschoolers often do better in a loving, supportive, engaging home environment. Benefits of DIY Read More »

Homeschool vs. Public School for Empaths and Highly Sensitive Children

Posted in Homeschooling, Just Starting Out on May 20, 2017

Empaths and highly sensitive children can stand out in public school

The empath or the highly sensitive child’s ability to learn can be severely hampered in the public school setting. Homeschooling is quickly becoming the most attractive and viable alternative education option for students with unique needs that cannot be met in a traditional classroom setting. Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons Empaths are most clearly characterized Read More »

Homeschooling for Free: Is It Possible?

Posted in Just Starting Out on May 15, 2017

is it possible to homeschool for free

If you have been considering homeschool, but all you hear about is how unbelievably expensive it is, you are not alone. Every day, parents walk away from their dream of homeschooling their children because of cost. Your child's future should never be compromised because of money, especially when you can homeschool your child for free. Read More »

Transitioning from Traditional School to Homeschooling - Deschooling

Posted in Just Starting Out on May 15, 2017

Moving away from a public school

School choice is not feasible for every family, and even when it is a choice, not all feel called to home school right off the bat. Many of us American moms and dads not only look forward too, but actually fantasize, about what we’ll be doing the day our children are loaded on the bus Read More »