Congratulations to Susan C., the winner of the Times Tales DVD. Susan reviewed several resources in our Homeschool Curriculum Reviews area, and it was her review of Wordly Wise that made her a winner! Susan, please contact us to claim your DVD. You will love it!
I was feeling pretty good. Our curricula seemed to be working well for each child, our routine was consistent but flexible, and most of the time we’d been enjoying the homeschooling process. The kids were learning, we were making progress, and I was congratulating myself on how I actually seemed to have this whole homeschooling thing down. And then I got pregnant.
Congratulations to Eddie, our first winner in our giveaways for leaving homeschool curriculum reviews! Eddie left a review of The Basic Cozy Grammar Course. Eddie, please contact us for your prize, a $25 gift certificate to Rainbow Resource Center. If you missed the first post about this, here are the details…
Valentine’s Day…the holiday of love. While many will be sending chocolates to loved ones, and telling that special someone just how important they are, I’m writing a different sort of valentine this year. And though it might not be accompanied with any candy, my valentine this February is to my love Homeschooling.
In the mood to win some fun homeschool resources? We’re having another round of giveaways at TheHomeSchoolMom! All you have to do to enter is go to our Homeschool Curriculum Reviews area and leave a review of a homeschool resource that you have used. Not only will you get a chance to win, but you will be helping other homeschoolers who are picking out homeschool curriculum to avoid costly mistakes.
We homeschoolers just love to make things educational, but even die-hard academics have to take a break from time to time and just have some fun! With a day set aside specifically to show our loved ones just how much they mean to us, there’s no better time to get creative and simply enjoy our kids. Here are some fun ideas to make a homeschool Valentine’s Day special.
Stuck inside? Might as well extract some fun out of all that togetherness. For true cabin fever recovery, try something you’ve never done before. These fun ideas are excerpted from Free Range Learning by Laura Grace Weldon.