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New Homeschooler - Mustering the Courage to Face THE 4 Homeschool Biggies Part 2

Posted on November 7, 2014 at 5:00 AM

Today, in new homeschooler - mustering the courage to face the 4 homeschool biggies part 2, I want to clue you in on two more areas that you want to take time in your first few years of homeschooling to address.

In New Homescho...

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New Homeschooler - Mustering the Courage to Face THE 4 Homeschool Biggies Part 1.

Posted on September 2, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Oh my goodness, I have missed you terribly. Just to update you before I share my post today about mustering the courage to face THE 4 homeschool biggies, I have finally sold my home and we will be staying in hotels and visiting relatives for the next few weeks before we fly overseas.

My brain is brimming with so many more topics I want to share with you about not only how...

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New Homeschooler Turned Pro the First Week of Homeschooling

Posted on August 10, 2014 at 8:10 AM

New homeschooler turned pro the first week of homeschooling is not hype if you know which tips to adopt in your first week.

Preserving your sanity is a must. And so I want to whittle down a list, to just 3 easy tips, that will make your first week of homeschooling worth remembering.

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New Homeschooler - How To Do the Curriculum and Still Have Fun?

Posted on July 11, 2014 at 9:50 AM

I love getting your questions and try to answer each of them personally as I can, but some answers are really beneficial to share with others.

Today, I wanted to share a question from Shelli because I think you may feel this way too.

Here is Shelli’s question:

How do you do the curriculum but also play and have fun? How do you not stress about what needs to get done and not get behind? I am lacking in this area. I want my kids to enjoy school AND grow in...

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New Homeschooler - How To Start Homeschooling Kindergarten Part 1

Posted on June 28, 2014 at 8:45 PM

When sharing the how-to’s of homeschooling I tend to start at the beginning or how to start homeschooling kindergarten.

Oh sure we start educating our children from the time they are born but homeschooling kindergarten is really the grade we think of as formal homeschooling.

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