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Stepping Outside the Grade-Level Box - Simple Homeschool

Do you find your frustration about homeschooling spilling over into anger? Kari assures that you're not alone, and offers ways to help.

Homeschool and live happily ever after (or not) ~SimpleHomeschool

I want to homeschool, but I don't want the responsibility

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The Hardest Part of My Homeschool Year: Being Outnumbered by Babies & Toddlers

Homeschooling an angry child The hardest part of Jamie's homeschool year

6 Ways to Make More Time for Blogging & Writing While Homeschooling - Simple Homeschool

hardest part, broken down. Simplify!

This year's homeschool omnibus contains over 100 resources for homeschooling families.

This year's homeschool omnibus contains over 100 resources for homeschooling families.

This post contains affiliate links, and when you purchase anything after clicking them it benefits my family. Thank you for your support! Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom The love of good books flows steadily through my bloodstream–always has. I have to admit, though, that I tend to …

A Little House Virtual Field Trip ~SimpleHomeschool

How to set homeschooling goals that work

Homeschool and live happily ever after (or not) ~SimpleHomeschool

It's messy. It's a little nuts. Sarah shares how being outnumbered by babies and toddlers was definitely the hardest part of her homeschool year.

Homeschooling preschoolers: life is the curriculum - Simple Homeschool

Written by contributor Sarah Small of SmallWorld at Home We started reading to our firstborn the day we brought him home. We didn’t start with Pat the Bunny or Goodnight Moon, although those both played an important part in our story time with all our children. We started with a college textbook, Western Civilization. We …

Homeschool and live happily ever after (or not) ~SimpleHomeschool

Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom “I pledge allegiance to living books, to the pure classics of literature. And never will an abridgment land on our shelves, for it would ruin our education forever.” If you’ve been homeschooling long, you’ve no doubt heard one of our creeds: “Down …

10 new must-read nonfiction picture books ~ SimpleHomeschool.net

confessions of an abridged book reader


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