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A few years ago, we tried out Jenny Phillip’s Good and Beautiful language arts curriculum. I was thrilled to give it a try, and I even came up with a way to keep it organized since I used the downloaded version. I was disappointed that it wasn’t going fit for our family. I thought the all-in-one curriculum would help us reach our language arts goals, but my daughters didn’t find it enjoyable and honestly, it was just too much for me to adjust to make it enjoyable for them.
Doubt shouldn't hold your home school hostage. You have been given an awesome opportunity to teach your children. Start fresh today and make the most out of the time you have with your children.
I am excited about this new to us approach to homeschooling. I feel confident that we will achieve more than we intentionally set out to achieve by being focused for shorter spans of time.
I can't believe that I have yet to write a post about my favorite supplies as a homeschool mom/teacher. I've always been hesitant to write such posts because there are a ton of posts on the internet with lists of favorite pens, planners, and such, and I figured I shouldn't add to the madness. But once the question was asked of me, I realized that my answer isn't related to the best pens, planners, or paper, but instead they aren't even in the same category.
Many of us are on the road to homeschooling to the end of our children's academic career. We know homeschooling has its ups and downs. We know that we might not get it all right every single year let alone every single day. Homeschooling isn't a journey that we should travel on alone.
When we attended Teach Them Diligently this past weekend, I made it a point to attend workshops that spoke to who I am naturally. I wanted to hear more about the 10 hour homeschool week and the reasons to use pen and paper over a computer. These workshops spoke to who I am.