Homeschool

Take it on Tuesday! And My 1st Etsy Sale

Tuesday is here again and it is time for me to look around my house and see what projects I need to finish up and which ones are due to be started. I have been feeling accomplished the past couple of weeks while we all settling into 3 kids that are homeschooling while still...
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Reasons Why I Homeschool: ADHD

The question mark after the diagnosis of ADHD is really how I feel about my oldest son Wing Nut’s situation. When it comes down it, I am really not sure I believe that is what he has. He has many of the classic symptoms of ADHD, but on top of that he has also...
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Reasons Why I Homeschool: Going to Bed Early is No Fun

Believe me, at the end of most days, I am ready to put the kids in bed. Very often I am ready to put them to bed around 10am…but somehow I manage to make it through those days with chocolate and the knowledge that the day will eventually come to an end. On the...
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Reasons Why I Homeschool: Getting Up Early is No Fun

If given the chance to motivate myself, or if I am forcefully motivated by my small children, I can very easily stumble out of bed, force large amounts of caffeine down my throat and start my day at 5 am.  That doesn’t really mean that I enjoy it or that I am easy to...
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Baby Homeschool Wordless Wednesday


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Sometimes You Just Have to Give up and Walk Away

When we went to Colonial Williamsburg in last month for the Homeschool Experience, I thought I would be able to get some good photos of the kids. They were looking at some old school style tools from “back then” and I thought that was the perfect time.
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Homeschool Room Makeover Chalkboard Paint and the Finished Room

Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing my Teaching Space

You may have remembered a few days ago when I mentioned that I was done showing off my Homeschool Room Make over photos, but I lied. I actually have a few more photos that I can’t believe I missed. If you have not seen all of my other post about our Homeschool Room Makeover,...
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Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing my Teaching Space

Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing my Teaching Space

If you have not seen all of my other post about our Homeschool Room Makeover, you can find them all here Repairing the Walls in the Homeschool Classroom Homeschool Room Makeover after the Walls are Painted Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing the Closet and Curriculums Homeschool Room Makeover Chalkboard Paint and the Finished Room While...
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Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing the Curriculums and Closet

Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing my Teaching Space

Last year I just taught my oldest Nut and it wasn’t that big of a deal to have just 1 child’s curriculums to organize. I had a small space that I created in my office, but it still ended up all over the house. This year I took 3 shelf units from our bedroom...
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Homeschool Room Makeover After the Walls are Repaired and Painted

Homeschool Room Makeover Organizing my Teaching Space

It took us 5 years to finally finish caulking around the windows, fill in the nail holes and paint the trim and the baseboards. The Classroom was Wing Nut’s bedroom for 7 years, E Nut’s bedroom for over 5 years and Little Nut Nut’s room for 2 years. Have you ever noticed that sometimes...
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Repairing The Walls in The Homeschool Classroom

Until the middle of June, our three oldest Nuts shared a bedroom. It was a tight fit, with a set of bunk beds and another bed, bookshelf dressers and all the toys of the three Nuts packed in. After they moved out we started repairing the damage caused by 3 boys and the way...
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Back to School Organizing for Homeschool or Public School

Back to School Organizing for Homeschool or Public School

We are homeschooling all of our kids this year, well the 3 oldest ones, ages 4, 6 and 9. I have been organizing their classroom and getting all of their curriculum in order. I like to do little things, and sometime splurge on fun things for the kids, just little things to make the...
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Overwhelmed Much?

From The Official Book of Homeschooling Cartoons
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Free 4th of July Coloring Pages, Activites & Recipes

Free 4th of July Coloring Pages, Activites & Recipes

The 4th of July, also known as Independence Day, we celebrate the signing of The Declaration of Independence in 1776, when the 13 original colonies broke free of England and declared freedom. Did you know that Independence Day has been celebrated every year since July 8th, 1776, but did not officially become a National...
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Free Flag Day Coloring, Crafts and Activity Pages

Free Flag Day Coloring, Crafts and Activity Pages

Flag Day is celebrated every year on June 14th. The first US flag created by Betsy Ross had 13 stripes, 6 white and 7 red stripes, with a circle of 13 stars on a blue field representing the 13 original colonies. Over the years there have been several different versions of the American Flag,...
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I Feel Like a Kid in a Candy, Um, Computer Store!

I Feel Like a Kid in a Candy, Um, Computer Store!

You know those days that start out all sunshine and roses. Days where everything is going along nicely and the kids are on spring break. This week I don’t have to do anything except some major organizing and finally doing our taxes. For many people I can imagine that doing taxes is not the...
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