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8 Reasons We Love Sonlight Curriculum

(The following post contains affiliate links, you can read a full disclosure here.) Growing up homeschooled in the prehistoric late 80’s entitled me to one disadvantage, I was the guinea pig in our homeschool family. This meant that as the oldest sibling, there was a lot of trial going on with curriculum. Most of the… Continue reading 8 Reasons We Love Sonlight Curriculum

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Beating the Winter Blues: SAD & The Homeschool Mom

Today I don’t want to be a Homeschool Mom. No seriously, I don’t. I wake up and the covers feel heavy as well as my heart. The warmth of my bed beckons like a cocoon to wrap myself in, until winter is over and I’m finally ready to emerge. Today I don’t want to be a… Continue reading Beating the Winter Blues: SAD & The Homeschool Mom

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Christmas School Plans: Accomplishing Homeschool Memories

(This post contains affiliate links, you can read a full disclosure here. Thank you for supporting Soaring Arrows!) Christmas school you wonder? I wondered too. Thanksgiving break behind us and a Christmas tree before us. I felt as ready to start our homeschool routine back up as my littles. I pondered what to do with… Continue reading Christmas School Plans: Accomplishing Homeschool Memories

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Holiday Baking With Kids: Perfectly Imperfect

My family comes from a long line of fantastic bakers. As amazing as this may sound for my kids, this could easily have put them at a disadvantage to enjoying the Christmas season. Why? Well simple, because I want everything to be perfect, which could only mean one thing, no kids in the kitchen. Luckily… Continue reading Holiday Baking With Kids: Perfectly Imperfect

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10 Educational Toys For Preschoolers

(This post includes affiliate links, you can read my disclosure here!) I am a huge believer that kids at Preschool age learn best by being read to, as well as being given many opportunities to explore and play! Any Homeschool Mom who’s been around a while can attest to the fact that especially at this… Continue reading 10 Educational Toys For Preschoolers

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So You Want To Help A Homeschool Mom

Months after my first baby was born, my parents moved a few hours away from us, getting help when I needed it hasn’t always been an easy option for me. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise because this lack forced me to get out and make some new friends, especially those living right in… Continue reading So You Want To Help A Homeschool Mom

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Mere Motherhood: A Homeschool Philosophy Wake Up Call

Since the beginning of the year something has been off with our homeschool. I couldn’t place it because my goal was to have a more relaxed year, what could be wrong with that? The problem fell with the fact that it wasn’t really showing up in the day to day. In my heart I knew… Continue reading Mere Motherhood: A Homeschool Philosophy Wake Up Call

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6 Things Saving My Homeschool Sanity

Mornings start late and chaotic now that we are a month into our homeschool year. Usually we would have some kind of routine by now but I can honestly say I don’t see a routine on the horizon unless I could somehow triple myself. Thankfully I had already prepped myself mentally for a tough year because that… Continue reading 6 Things Saving My Homeschool Sanity