Homeschool Kindergarten Stations

One thing I have struggled with as a homeschool parent of multiple ages, is finding ways to keep my youngest occupied while I’m teaching my oldest. Inevitably, my daughter needs me as soon as I’m in the middle of a lesson with her brother. She has just one more question, even though she’s already asked […]

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Roadschooling Holidays Flagstaff, AZ

When we’re roadschooling or just out of town during a holiday it can be a challenge to know what to do for our kiddos. We want to make holidays special for them. But it’s easy to just ignore holidays like Halloween, which we’re not big on anyway. We happened to be traveling through Flagstaff, AZ […]

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100 Plan B Homeschool Day Ideas

Plan B Days You know the ones I’m talking about. The field trip was cancelled, someone throws up, you have a headache that just won’t quit, there are about a million ways your day can go sideways and you’ll need a plan b. Having a list of ideas is a great way to inspire you to […]

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Math Games for Kinesthetic Learners

Math is one of those subjects that can easily be filled with worksheets and seat work. Over the last three years of homeschooling, I found out through many tearful math lessons that my son was going to have none of it. He is a highly kinesthetic learner and always full of energy. We have found […]

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Preschool & Kindergarten Phonics Curriculum

  It’s almost time for Kindergarten! I can’t wait to continue our preschool days of playing dress-up, sculpting masterpieces with play-dough, and traveling to the land of make believe. Are you ready for Kindergarten? *Scroll to the bottom of the post to download a free Kindergarten readiness checklist.   But, it’s also time to start […]

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