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Kelly.

Teaching Kids about Money – Financial Literacy for Kids, the easy way

Teaching kids about money is essential. Financial literacy is one of the key skills for a good life - it really can be the difference between a comfortable life with all your needs met or having debt collectors seize your furniture, car, or even your house. Teaching...

Special Needs and Homeschooling

Homeschooling your child with special needs enables you to tailor their education to their specific needs, and means they’ll be accepted exactly as they are. It’s worked for us.

Self-Care for Homeschooling Parents | Identifying and Dissolving Mind Blocks

Shannon is an IECL qualified coach with an MBA, who now focuses her coaching on helping mums find balance. She has 20+ years experience coaching leaders across the globe. She is also a mother to three children and so coaches from a place of empathy, expertise and...

How I taught my five kids to read

  I have a problem with the title of this post. Yes, I wrote it, but it needed to be short, snappy and clear to people who were looking for information.   How I Facilitated my Five Children in Becoming Confident, Voracious Readers was simply too long and...

Help! My husband doesn’t want to homeschool!

  “I really want to homeschool, but my husband just isn’t interested. He thinks our children are going to school, and that’s it. I think homeschooling would be best for us, and I really want to do it, but I don’t want to fight about such a huge issue. How do I...

Homeschooling with Depression – my story, and tips to help you cope

  Homeschooling without depression is like a bushwalk that's a little beyond your fitness level. It's hard. At some points you want to quit, but the regular glimpses of beauty are reward enough to keep plodding along.   Homeschooling with depression is like...

Homeschooled Kids are Weird

  Imagine that you feel completely comfortable in yourself. You’ve never been teased. Your interests are all embraced and supported, never labelled dorky or uncool. You can wear whatever clothes you like, even your self-made recreation of a 19th-century bustle...

Homeschool Schedule Strategy – be flexible AND productive

One of the hardest things to do as a homeschooler is to create a realistic homeschool schedule. How do you make sure all the important things get done, while still leaving the time and space needed for creativity? How do you keep motivated while also keeping flexible?...

Unschooling | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

Choosing a homeschooling style? Unschooling is a popular method of homeschooling. It seeks to nurture and develop children’s natural love of learning by giving them autonomy of their own education. Find out more here!

Waldorf – Inspired Homeschooling | A Homeschooling Day in the Life

Kirstee Lee Raki is a mum to two who lives in Queensland, Australia. She presented a brilliant workshop about Waldorf homeschooling as part of the Australian Homeschooling Summit, which you can access here. Today I will share a typical home day with you with Nikolai,...