This year in the Husvar Homeschool, we have focused a lot on “game schooling”. There are so many different ways to learn/teach and what could be more fun than learning with games? Games are also wonderful for families like us who like to travel and/or spend time off the grid.
This post is sponsored by Sparkling ICE but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. Back to school season has become my favorite time of year. As a homeschool mom, I’m buzzing with excitement over new curriculum, new topics and lesson plans, new field trips on the horizon
These tips for visiting Tombstone, Arizona are part of a sponsored post for Nature Valley. Tombstone, Arizona is one of the best US destinations for a family day trip with kiddos. We just recently arrived back home after a little Arizona tour where we visited friends in both Phoenix and
Every year that passes, the busier my schedule becomes and I bet yours too! I thought babies were time-consuming but, it turns out that older kids are just as demanding. As my kids grow older, their agendas become even more cramped, but being busy with school, extracurriculars and family
Can I just say, I love being a homeschool mom – and it took me a few years to get to this point. Our method for successful homeschooling is a mix between virtual (online) school and roadschool. Roadschool is just homeschool but with a huge emphasis on travel and exploration…
Summer, I’d like to say I’m sad to see you go but I am not! With the temperatures still hanging here in the 115-118 range (in late Aug!) I have my arms open wide for fall. Bring on the pumpkin picking, the cool weather camping, the chucky knits and all