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Kelly.

Suddenly Homeschooling – a quick-start guide

And here you are - suddenly and unexpectedly homeschooling due to quarantine or self-isolation. Or you're already homeschooling, but suddenly facing a whole lot more time at home than usual......because many homeschoolers are out and about most days. So I did a...

MOOCs | A free homeschooling resource for high school

It can be difficult to find resources to homeschool high school, so we were really happy when we discovered MOOCs. Free! High quality! Easily accessible! And I think they're perfect for any homeschooler interested in getting high-quality education resources for free...

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?...

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...

Charlotte Mason | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

The Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling aims to provide a wide-ranging education based on living resources. Find out more here!

How to Start Your Homeschooling Schedule Sustainably

    If you've had a break from homeschooling, getting back into it can be exciting. Or daunting.   And if you're new, starting homeschooling can be daunting. Or exciting!   We don't just launch into full-time, intensive homeschooling after a break....

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...

Always Learning – a homeschooling day in the life

Nicola has always home educated her five children, aged 13, 10, 8, 5 & 2. They live in Yorkshire, UK. You can read more about their life on her blog, The World is their Classroom, and on Instagram. This is a typical Monday - Thursday for us. On Fridays we are...

Montessori | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

  Welcome to the seventh post in the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series! Click here to view the rest of the series.     The Montessori method of education was created by Maria Montessori (1870-1952). Originally a physician, Montessori started...

Easy and Fun Science Experiments for Kids

Science experiments have provided some of the most memorable times we've had while homeschooling! Kids can't resist the mysterious interactions of everyday substances that produce foaming, colour changing, and other interesting changes.   Neither can adults (yes,...