Month: April 2020

Day in the life of a homeschooling family

Life from Home – Day in the Life of A homeschooling family

Wondering how other families do it? Here’s a glimpse into a day in the life of our homeschooling family. You may find some hidden tips that help make the routine flow (most of the time). This is the first of what will be regular posts on our simple days (yes, I said simple, I’m optimistic). …

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how to get my child to learn independently

How to teach your child to learn independently

Many families are plunged into homeschooling with little choice right now, and many children have little concept of how to work and learn independently. Do you have your hands in your hair? Did you yell at your child and surrender to the TV screen so you can just finish one darned work assignment in peace? …

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manage anxiety naturally

How to manage anxiety naturally – multi-sensory ideas

Do you and/or your children struggle with anxiety? With managing fears, worries and uncertainties about things that could happen or what will happen next? This post is full of tips, techniques, and strategies to help you manage anxiety as naturally as possible. Adults and children alike need to learn mental, emotional and physical coping skills …

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allowed to freak out - homeschooling

27 Ways You’re Allowed to Freak Out

Have you freaked out and/or lost the plot over something recently? Was it big or small? (No judgment, I promise.) How would you like a list of allowable ways to freak out instead of being told to “Calm down!” for a change? I’ve been thinking about the rollercoaster we all find ourselves on and the …

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How to get through tough times as a family

What I’ve learned about getting through tough times as a family

This week, I wanted to share something that is not so much about homeschooling, or about activities with your kids. Instead, I wanted to share something REAL from my life to encourage you – what I’ve learned about getting through tough times as a family. Something that takes the pressure off and lifts your heart. …

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