I have shared the span from preschool to middle school – our curriculum choices for each age and stage. Today we reach high school. We have now graduated two high schoolers and will have a junior in the fall of 2018. I am so very thankful my husband and I have the privilege of this time with our young adults. Thankful we can tailor an
The children and I have shared before how Teaching Textbooks homeschool math curriculum is our perfect match. We have a hodgepodge of learning styles in our homeschool. Our eldest, one of our visual learners, is off at college and thriving. Another auditory learner graduated last year and is on an entrepreneurial and online studies path. We still have three cruising through Teaching Textbooks. And wow!
It was at the midpoint of the homeschool year I found we needed the math answer. The homeschool math answer. My eldest children were middle schoolers and I had preschoolers under foot. Math was a struggle. There were tears (from the children too). So I asked my fellow homeschool mamas. “Teaching Textbooks,” they said. I’m so grateful they did! I remember the morning my 5th
In our 17 years of homeschooling, we have gathered some favorites. Tried and true homeschool favorites we use always! I’m sharing those with you today. Not only that, but I am celebrating 10 years of blogging here at Hodgepodge. And because it is a Hodgepodge, my family and I are also hosting BIG giveaways at our three sister websites as well. I’ll share more about
Does getting back into a homeschool routine make you feel like you are pulling some heavy weights a long distance? I understand. Me too. The planning, the gathering of resources for so many ages! I do have a solution I’ve found that I want to pass along that just may work for you. For many years we have eased back into a homechool routine after
Balancing the needs of an age range of children is always something I am faced with. Back in the days of toddlers to pre-teens, we hit a bump in our homeschool math journey. Well, not just a bump but a puddle of tears and a pile of frustration most mornings. So here is the story of just how we came to love Teaching Textbooks. See,
In all my years of homeschooling with Tapestry of Grace, it seems moms can be so serious about learning how to ‘do’ Tapestry. I know I can get caught up in being all serious. But can we set the ‘how to’ aside and focus on the fun? I promise that through the fun you truly will get stuff done. Ready to have fun homeschooling? I