Our family is a couple weeks out from officially starting school back up, but I’m am getting some of our resources together. Today I will be sharing the first day of school signs we will be using.
I’ve got another free teacher planner for you! This one is more of a relaxed, check-it-off-and-we-are-done type layout. Simple and designed for a mom who is now homeschooling three kids and is trying to figure out how to keep it all organized. ?
I created this Charlotte Mason Planner in 2018 for our school year and started sharing it for free here on my blog. Since another year has passed, I have updated the dates and made a few requested changes. Read More
You can homeschool on a dime. It doesn’t take too much to begin. When we first started, we had some basic office supplies and a few things I picked up in the back-to-school section at Target. Read More
If you are like me, and trying to bring a little more organization into your crazy, homeschool life then you might appreciate this post. Because, I am sharing a homeschool student planner for FREE. ???
I have been working on getting organized for next school year. I know, I know, it’s not even summer break yet. However, getting all these details hammered out now, will hopefully free me and my student up to really enjoy our summer.
Experience-based giving seems to be the buzz among my mom friends. No breaking the bank for plastic that will loose their interest before the day is out. I’m listening. Read More
***NOTE: This planner has been updated for the 2020-2021 school year!
We are on the countdown before our home school starts, so I’ve been doing my best to get books ordered and get organized. Read More
Don’t you love that moment when you discover a new organizing hack or product that makes your life just a teensy bit more amazing? Read More
Happy 2018! I guess this means January is here, Christmas break is over, and it’s time to bring a little more structure and purposeful learning to our home school day. Not to say we haven’t been learning… Read More