How to Say No the Right Way

How To Say No The Right Way

How to Say “No” The Right Way That there is a right and a wrong way to say no. If you say no while your mind is really thinking yes, you eventually stop saying no. When you learn how to say no the “right” way, your behavior matches your mindset. When you tell yourself that you don’t do something, you are making a positive statement. You are telling your mind, and your emotions, that a certain activity, … Continue reading →

Back to School Tips from My Teenage Daughter

Back to School Tips from My Teenage Daughter

Back to school planning can either be fun or a dreaded task. As parents, we want to do what is best for our children and we want our homeschool to run efficiently and effectively. Sometimes we get bogged down in the details and forget to ask the most important participants what their thoughts are about the first day of school. So I asked my teenage daughter what would make her first day back to homeschool special? Here … Continue reading →

11 How To Homeschool Books Ready to start homeschooling

How to Homeschool Books – Start Your Homeschooling Journey Today

Wondering which how to homeschool books are worth reading? Don’t know where to start? For many people, homeschooling is a desirable alternative to the education offered by the public and private school systems. When you homeschool your children you have the flexibility to create an educational curriculum more suited to their needs. You also get to go on vacation to theme parks and take advantage of NO LINES in the off season! That’s my favorite perk! Not … Continue reading →

disadvantages of homeschooling taming end of year paper clutter

The Disadvantages of Homeschooling – Taming the End of Year Paper Clutter

One of the disadvantages of homeschooling is the mounds of paper we accumulate. We just wrapped up our homeschooling year last week and are ready for summer…..almost!   Let me re-phrase that….the kids are ready for summer and no school work. I am drowning in all the completed lessons (paper clutter) and used books that were finished this year. I also have another confession to make….I haven’t finished grading some of the last tests my daughters completed. … Continue reading →

Free Homeschooling and Organizing Resources on Amazon This Week

I am always on the lookout for free reading and learning helps for my homeschool journey. I also am an avid reader of new ways to be more efficient with my time and money. Below are my finds for this week. I hope these resources bless you and your family. If you have any additional great finds to share, let me know in the comments below. This Kindle book is Free until June 5,2016. Lee Binz is … Continue reading →

11 Frustration Free Homeschool HIghschool transcripts

11 Frustration Free Homeschool Recordkeeping and Transcript Services

We showed you some free resources you can utilize for preparing your student’s high school transcript in this post. Now we want to share with you some great services that do cost a little, but sometimes we need more help than the free resources can give. Some of these services listed here will literally hold your hand and pretty much prepare your homeschool high school transcript for you! As busy as we all are, sometimes if we … Continue reading →

15 Sources of Free Homeschool High School Transcript Templates

15 Sources of Free Homeschool High School Transcript Templates

Making a Homeschool High School Transcript and Plan does not have to cost you anything. Several sites offer free resources for planning, record-keeping and transcripts. We have compiled 15 Free Resources to help you take the frustration out of preparing a homeschool high school transcript. Homeschool Legal Defense Association HSLDA has both samples and blank forms for transcripts at the link above. Simply scroll down to the bottom of that page and you will find sample transcripts … Continue reading →

Homeschool High School

Who Said Homeschool Is For Elementary Kids Only? It’s For Highschoolers Too!

You have made the important decision to homeschool your student through High School. Whether you are just starting on your homeschool journey or are a seasoned homeschooler you probably have tons of questions you want answered as you embark on this new phase of your child’s education. We have been there too and have compiled a list of helpful resources. General Information on Homeschooling High School Homeschool Legal Defense Association has an entire section devoted to homeschooling high … Continue reading →

Homeschool Storage Ideas that Beautify Your Space

Homeschool Storage Ideas That Beautify Your Space

One of the regularly neglected aspects of organizing and planning out the upcoming school year is strategizing WHERE you are going to store all of these homeschool materials you need? The first choice is the place where most of your homeschool learning happens. In the event that you have an additional room in your home where you can do this, you are one of the lucky ones. Be that as it may, whichever way you choose to … Continue reading →

10 unique homeschool schedule ideas

10 Unique Homeschool Schedules

Are you looking for unique homeschool schedules that will work for your family?  You know you need a solid schedule to get everything done for your homeschool and keep your home and family life in check, but do you need some fresh ideas to help you? The solution to getting it all done is to establish a unique homeschool schedule so that everyone in the family knows what is expected and when it will all take place. We … Continue reading →