There are useful tricks to help kids learn the multiplication table. Kids can figure out patterns for most of them. Most kids struggle with learning the 7 and 8 times tables. To help with this,[…]Read more
This year, we are focusing on multiplication with my daughter Elizabeth. But I don’t want her to just memorize and regurgitate a table of facts. I want her to discover them, to understand what they[…]Read more
This morning, my husband Stan brought this plant home today and asked if I could help him figure out what it is. He said bees were all over it and he’d like to know the[…]Read more
Part 5. What do I do when my kids don’t want to do their school work from home? How do I keep them motivated?Read more
How to love your kids, get things done, and cut yourself some slack.
Part 4. How do I work and teach my kids from home? I’m here to support you in this ultimate homeschool juggling act.Read more
Part 3. What does it look like to teach multiple children who are at different levels? How do I manage that? And how do I occupy my littles while teaching the older kids? I’m here to help and support you through your homeschooling, whatever that looks like for your family.Read more
Part 2. Time management.
Are you feeling the overwhelm of all you need to do to educate your kids at home? I’m here to help you name what’s most important for your family homeschool and create a simple schedule to get things done.
You can do this!
Part 1. Introduction. Many families are educating their kids at home this year. This looks different for each family and comes with hundreds of decisions and questions. I’m here to help! In this episode, I will identify some common questions and insecurities you may have as you educate at home.
I hope that identifying these questions will be validating for you and I will attempt to answer some of them in future podcasts.Read more
Summer of the Monkeys by Wilson Rawls I love this book. I bet you would love it too. It is about a boy, Jay Barry, who tries to catch a troop of monkeys which were[…]Read more
This week E worked on a science lesson from Mystery Science. Here is the link to this awesome lesson. It answers the question, “If you floated down a river, where would you end up?” She[…]Read more