Honest, Unsolicited Review of Reading Kingdom or How I Finally Stopped Worrying About Fulton’s Reading


Curriculum, Homeschooling

Back in September I did a post detailing all my curriculum picks for the year. I promised a follow-up post. This is not that post. However, I did want to update on Fulton’s reading progress since I alluded to difficulties (a.k.a. I was the world’s worst homeschooling mom) at the time. Fulton has been the […]

11/18/2015

The Best Methods, You’ve Never Heard of, to Occupy Toddlers During School


Homeschooling, Humor, Most Popular, Seven Quick Takes

The Friday before Labor Day weekend; I’ve got the first day of school in my sights. I’m not running. I’m tackling it head on like the insecure, homeschooling pro that I am. (Just for good measure, Tony restocked my hard cider supplies so I’m set.) One of the hardest things about homeschooling can be teaching […]

08/29/2014

Planning To Prevent Burnout Now


Homeschooling, Most Popular

The boxes of books are arriving! Lesson plans are being recorded in crisp new planners! A new school year is just around the corner! How exciting! This will be the year, thanks to a sparkly new curriculum, we master chemistry. In addition, we radically modified our schedule in ways guaranteed to maximize learning and prevent […]

08/18/2014