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Prioritizing in a Large Homeschool

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Once a month I get the privilege of publishing an article at Simple Homeschool. Since homeschooling takes up a huge percentage of my life, it’s been so good to get me thinking about the whys and wherefores of teaching my children at home. Today I address methods of prioritizing in a large family homeschool. From […]

4 Small Ways to Observe President’s Day

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Monday is President’s Day, originally recognized as Washington’s Birthday. While it may be a school holiday for some, that doesn’t mean you have to take a break from learning. Investigate the reason for the holiday in the first place and observe the day in small ways: 1. Read a biography of a past president. It […]

Getting Organized with Your Moms’ Group

Are you interested in sharing Organizing Life as MOM with your moms’ group? Organizing Life as MOM is a great book to go through with a group. Putting together a household notebook can be the ideal activity for a weekly meeting and provide practical life help to the moms in your sphere. If you belong […]

Making the Most of Your Homeschool: Old Schoolhouse Expo

This week on LifeasMOM is all about Loving Life — finding ways to help each of us enjoy life a little more. And for my family and a lot of you, homeschooling is a major part of our lives. A high school English teacher by training, I became a home educator nine years ago. It […]

Resolved: To Be Happy with How We Do School

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photo source – A post from LifeasMOM contributor, JessieLeigh – As 2011 rolls on in, I am resolving to be happy. Happy about my home. Happy about my job. Happy about all the amazing blessings I’ve been entrusted with. I’m also happy about the schooling choice we’ve made for our family. And I think that’s […]

A Day in My Life as a Homeschool Mom

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I love it that I get to write for Simple Homeschool. It gets me thinking and writing about things that I might not otherwise explore. This month we’re sharing our “day in the life.” Today you can read what a typical day is like at our house. Hold onto your hats! From the post, When […]

Creating an Afterschool Happy Hour

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As a Sara Lee MOMent Maker, this post is part of a series on making family moments. Sara Lee has provided me with compensation and coupons in return for this post. Participation in this program is voluntary; all opinions are my own. On a good day at our house, school wraps up by about 3 […]

Get Your Act Together in 2011

Tomorrow is a new day. It offers a chance to turn the page on last year and its old ways. Leave behind bad habits along with the leftover Christmas wrappings and the blinking lights that no longer work. If you find your household topsy turvy than this just might be the day to put a […]