When I first decided to homeschool, I felt overwhelmed and excited at the same time. There were things that helped ease me in to the process, and there are things that did not. It can be overwhelming as well as exciting. Here are some Dos and Dont’s to help new homeschoolers get off to a good start. Take some of these thoughts in to consideration.Continue Reading
In the past, I talked about why I’ve decided to call this blog “Line upon line.” Today, I want to explain the logo that you can see at the top of this blog.Continue Reading
If the walls could talk, they would tell you that I don’t spend my days sitting with my little ones around me on a cloud of rainbows.
I don’t great my young students in a bright ray of sunshine as they arise from their slumbers.
I don’t have a magic switch to turn myself into a delightful, cheerful homeschool mom, ready to tackle the day’s list.
No, if the walls could talk, you would know the truth.
I’m a yelling mama.
A typical homeschooling day includes tears of frustration. Maybe mine. Maybe from the preschooler. Maybe from the older kids. Maybe all of us.
And a typical homeschooling day will probably have some yelling. Continue Reading
Once I turned homeschooling into a more hands-on environment, we’ve had a ton more fun with our schooling. If your kids are stuck in a desk doing worksheets, check out some of the amazing reasons I share below to approach homeschooling HANDS-ON.