You want to homeschool, and you can handle the academics. But what about extracurricular activities? If you are looking for homeschool sports opportunities, you are in luck! Here are 10 ways homeschooled kids can play sports! Related: Finding Time to Homeschool and Work Full Time 1. High-five on ... Read More about Homeschool Sports: 10 Ways Your Child Can Play!
You're trying to raise well-mannered kids. But, well, butts do some funny stuff! So keep the potty-talk safely contained to storytime with these kids' books about poop (and toots)! Here are my four-year-old son's very favorites. Related: The Best Construction Toys for Preschoolers No One Likes a ... Read More about The Best Kids’ Books About Poop, Toots, and Butts
Is it possible to homeschool and work full time? You would love to homeschool. But you also need to work full time. Friend, I've been there. Now, years later, my babies are 10 and 4. And neither has ever attended traditional school. While I have never given up working! If I did it, you can ... Read More about Finding Time to Homeschool and Work Full Time
Last year, Michael's had gingerbread house kits on clearance for $2.50 each! The catch? It was Christmas Eve, when most of us have already finished our Christmas preparations. (Except me. Or I would not have been in Michael's on Christmas Eve...) But at that price, I grabbed a few anyway. ... Read More about How to Host a Simple Christmas in July Party for Kids
If you could order a little boy from the 1950 Sears Robuck catalog, my preschooler is who would arrive. He loves daddy, dirt, and demolition, in that order. Are you in the same boat? Keep the demolition limited to the playroom with our little guy's favorite construction toys for preschoolers! CAT ... Read More about Best Construction Toys for Preschoolers