Homeschooling and Working

Homeschool and working

I’m a little late to the game but nevertheless, I’m here. I homeschool and I also work. It takes a lot of planning but you can do it, it’s not easy but with some helpful tips, you’ll be able to do it too. I’m not super organized but things do take some time to think [...]

Review: Global Art

We are exploring art projects from around the world with Global Art: Activities, Projects, and Inventions from around the World from Gryphon House. Arts and crafts books are always a hit and miss for me, either their projects have an endless supply list or boring projects. This books has numerious projects from all around the [...]

Review: Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Homeschool Day

Circle time is something I’ve always wanted to do but have not had very much success with especially since I have children of a variety of ages. I was able to review Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day¬† from Preschoolers and Peace, so I was excited to see what suggestions they had. [...]

Review: Homeschool Programming – Visual Basic

homeschool programming review

This is a review for the Kidcoder Visual Basic series from Homeschool Programming. I have a son who adores video games and would like to learn how to make them. He knew that he would have to start off with the introductory course using visual basic first before he could learn any game programming. I’m [...]

Review: Mayan Mysteries from Dig-it Games

I had the opportunity to review Mayan Mysteries from Dig-it Games, my son was super excited. We are not studying the ancients period but my son loves reading about that historical period. The set up was super easy and we had no technical issues beginning the game. I just let my son at it to [...]

A Vacation for Mama

Summer is here and I’m looking forward to the summer vacation as much as my children. Vacations are great for mothers too. It gives us a chance to recharge and come back to things renewed. I am enjoying this break, and I just feel like I may extend it. There was a lot that I [...]

Organize Your Homeschool – End of the School Year

It’s the end of the school year, what do you do with all those papers? While the kids are outside enjoying the sun, it’s a great time to get all your books and school work organized. I hate how my books and binders look by the end of the school year. Papers are falling out [...]

End to a Crazy Year

We are taking a much needed break from school. We are ending our school year a bit early. I would love to say that is year was the best year ever. But we fell behind and because I felt pressured to catch back up. I tried to rush through things to just get it done. [...]

Review: Christianity Cove

I received 2 products from Christianity Cove, I reviewed Daily Dilemmas: 26 True to life dilemmas and “Tween and Rock and a Hard Place” Lesson blueprints. The first product, Daily Dilemmas goes through 26 different scenarios and then list 4 multiple choice answers that it wants the student to rate in order of the best [...]

Summer-Schooling? Why you should homeschool in the summer

Call me crazy but I continue to homeschool in the summer. We are year round homeschoolers here and I love it. It works for our family and after taking some summers off, this is definitely the best schedule for us. Why would you want to homeschool in the summer? It gets too hot to play [...]