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When my kids were little, we spent countless hours piled upon the couch reading our favorite classic story books. The pages came alive of books such as Stuart Little, Charlotte’s Web, The Velveteen Rabbit, and more. Being a homeschool family, we have devoured so many of those books.
I work with young people everyday and I hear the same story from college kids — College homework is much harder to sit and focus on than high school homework. Because of that statement, many young adults are reaching out for things to help them focus and study. That is where Study Juice® can help.
Since we homeschool, we are always looking for free resources that offer us a way to study something, but make it really interesting. Never in a million years did I think to check out the Orkin website. Here I have leared about the world’s scariest bugs.
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I love being able to share all that I do with those around me. Recently, I was chosen to be a LeapReader party host and talk to moms about the amazing products that the LeapReader Brand has to offer.
Never in a million years did I dream that my teenage children would be excited to visit the Nashville Zoo. We took a trip there last month and just walking on the lot brought back such memories of the first time 6 years ago we visited the zoo.
This year has already started off to a great year with my daughter. It feels weird though, because she is the only one I am homeschooling. Because of that I am working hard at making it a fun year for her. Here are 3 tips to make homeschooling fun that I try to incorporate in our week somewhere.
This weekly wrap up week has been a pretty light week for school because we are headed out to Florida this weekend (that is why we love homeschooling so much — we can just pack up and leave out on vacation anytime we want!)
This week we started back to homeschool. I have been dreading this week more and more, but then once it arrived, it has been smooth sailing. Kayla is different this year with her learning which is making it SO much easier for us during our school hours. Here is our weekly wrap up.
My daughter plays drums. Never in a million years did I think that she would want to play any musical instrument, but when she began to show an interest about 3 years ago, my husband and I sat up and took notice. We started making calls, talking to people, getting her a drum set and setting up lessons for her to take. It’s something she enjoys, but along the way other things have happened too. Here are 13 reasons why your child should take music lessons.