Tag: organization

One-Sided Latin Flashcards for Memoria Press or Other Homeschool Curriculum

One-Sided Latin Flashcards for Memoria Press or Other Homeschool Curriculum

I love flashcards. I know they are old school and so many people are using online apps such as Quizlet, but there’s something about this way of studying that sticks in just the right ways. I don’t know what it is, but there’s a reason 

Pandia Press: All You Want to Know About This  High School Homeschool History Curriculum

Pandia Press: All You Want to Know About This High School Homeschool History Curriculum

Thank you for joining me today for this homeschool history curriculum review! I really appreciate you spending your time here.   My last review was on Story of the World, another homeschool history curriculum.   Once your children are too old for Story of the 

Homeschool History Curriculum Review: The Story of the World

Homeschool History Curriculum Review: The Story of the World

I have used this elementary homeschool history curriculum for my entire homeschooling journey.  (That’s 19 years now).   I found it early on, loved it, and have never left it. It is a fantastic curriculum, full of biographies, activities and just the right mix of 

The Best Kept Secret to Homeschooling Success and It’s Not Curriculum

The Best Kept Secret to Homeschooling Success and It’s Not Curriculum

So, by now you’re a few weeks into homeschooling. Most days there are tears, and not always from your kids. They won’t listen, you don’t know the subject matter very well, they’re fighting, complaining, and they still want to eat!     All day!   

One Simple Hack For Your Memoria Press Lesson Plans

One Simple Hack For Your Memoria Press Lesson Plans

We are using Memoria Press this year for our homeschool. This will be our third year using it and while it’s rigorous, it’s very much worth our time.   If you’re curious about this curriculum, feel free to read my honest and thorough review right 

11 Savvy Things I Was Already Doing When the Coronavirus Pandemic Hit That Brought Me Unexpected Peace

11 Savvy Things I Was Already Doing When the Coronavirus Pandemic Hit That Brought Me Unexpected Peace

    I remember what I was doing when the coronavirus pandemic panic set in. I was on my couch, looking at Facebook. I saw friends posting about the toilet paper buying, posting pictures of lines, of people hoarding water and cleaning supplies. A small 

How to Create Rhythm With a Year Round Homeschool Schedule

How to Create Rhythm With a Year Round Homeschool Schedule

Looking at my homeschool schedule, I feel confused. I want to be here, feel called to be on this journey, but I struggle with how to fit it all in.   How can I do school, run to activities, grocery shop, do the dishes and 

18 Lessons Learned from 18 Years of Homeschooling

18 Lessons Learned from 18 Years of Homeschooling

As I sit here in the early morning, watching the sun rise through my window, I think back through the almost two decades I have spent homeschooling my children. Eighteen years to be exact. So many years, yet they just zip by so quickly. In