Category Archives: Organized Homeschool

Logging Those Hours

In the state of Missouri, there is very little oversight for homeschoolers. IF your child has been registered with the public school system, then you have to send a letter each year informing them that you will be homeschooling your … Continue reading

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Reviving the Homeschool/Art Room

If you were hoping for “before” photos, I am afraid you will be sorely disappointed. I couldn’t bear any more damning evidence that my homeschool/art room had devolved into a mass of half-finished projects and clutter. Yesterday morning I woke … Continue reading

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Further Fall Homeschool Planning

I’ve talked to a few of my homeschool friends and it sounds like Time4Learning could work well for us this fall. That said, there are a couple of other things to work out. How will our days look? Should I … Continue reading

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More Reading, More Homeschool…and the Homeschool Room!

I know, I’ve been quiet here on the blogs for a while. Mainly due to family visiting. It was really great to see my father-in-law and our two nephews. Mo is eighteen and Eddie is nearly 23, and they are … Continue reading

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Pens, Markers, Crayons! Organizing the Mess

It was the search for a dry erase marker that did it. Our crafting and writing supplies were an absolute mess. I couldn’t find anything! I turned to Emily and said, “We need to sort this all out. Will you … Continue reading

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