Weekly Lesson Notebooks

Weekly Lesson Notebooks

(This post contains affiliate links.) Better lesson organization is one of my main goals for the upcoming school year.  Having a high school student, middle school student and a kindergartener, I have no choice but to be more organized – or feel flustered and fall behind too often like I did last year when I…

Organizing E-Books

Organizing E-Books

To Print Homeschooling E-books? I was giddy with excitement when I learned about keeping a visual organizer of all your e-book curriculum from Sheri of Homeschooling on a Wing and a Prayer. I have struggled much with the fact that it’s entirely too expensive to offer my curriculum e-books in print. I know how many…

Unit Studies Revisited

It’s been well over a year since I posted anything about the nitty-gritty planning of my unit studies.  I’ve had several email questions lately wondering how I plan, so I thought it might be time for a new post on the subject. The emails I’ve received have all been similar in the basic four questions…

Catching Up

I just wanted to share a few odds and ends this afternoon. Yesterday was Mahayla’s piano recital.  She did such a lovely job!  I’m afraid her talent is stronger than her desire right now , though.  We’re taking a break over the summer to see if she might “get her want to fixed” before the…

Toy Jail

Our toys are in jail.  They have visitation rights, but very limited.  You see, since I couldn’t lock the messy children up, the toys had to be the ones to suffer. They’ve been in jail for almost a month now and the time apart from the children seems to be doing everyone well. We took…

Record Keeping

The end of our school year is quickly approaching.  It’s been a long, drawn out year for us – starting July 1st, taking a huge baby break and then starting up again.  I think we’re down to 12 “official” days.  We’ll continue some light, fun learning through the summer, but more on that in another…

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