As most of you know I am due to deliver our third daughter at the end of August which just so happens to be right before school goes back down here. Yes, we home school and I could switch up our start date to accommodate the new baby but I would much rather stick to… Continue reading Fifth Grade & Preschool
Over the last couple months I have gotten questions regarding homeschooling and so I figured that I would just do a post to explain the five questions that I got the most often so that I could share it with everyone at the same time! Keep in mind that these are MY answers, MY experiences,… Continue reading Homeschool Q&A
Since the last time I blogged about our homeschooling routine ( I believe it was on my older blog when we first started in November of 2016) we have changed some things up so I am going to let y'all in on our new routine and what works for us. Remember, what works for us… Continue reading Homeschool Daily Routine
** Disclaimer: Any of the laws, requirements, or deadlines I use in this post are pertaining to my state, county, and district regulation requirements. ** Many of my followers have asked me what it takes to homeschool or how we do it so I decided instead of repeating myself over and over I would just… Continue reading Homeschooling Q&A
During A’s second grade year I had discussed the topic of homeshcooling with my husband and he agreed that we would bring it up to A and see what she thought and go from there. She got home from school one Friday and I brought it up. She had a lot of questions but wasn’t… Continue reading Homeschool – What it looks like to us..
... for the year. Lol. Our first year of homeschooling is over with! I turned in all the end of year paperwork yesterday and now I just need to put all her worksheets and books from this year up in the attic so that it can be pulled down if we were ever to get… Continue reading Homeschool is OVER!
Our homeschooling journey began on November 28, 2016. After having multiple issues with bullying, being picked on, her not being challenged enough and getting in trouble for 'being disruptive', etc.. we pulled A out of public school and started putting together a curriculum that better suited her as well as focusing on subjects that were… Continue reading Homeschooling Our Way