Consider your state/location and find a system that works best for your child but most importantly be active in their learning process... Not having a steady family environment or anyone consistenty involved in my education left me to fend for myself many times.
The big kick in the butt came when we decided to take a break, spending a few days away from ‘school’ and just focusing on bonding again, enjoying each other’s company. A few days turned into a week, a week turned into a month and before I knew it we had completely deserted our homeschool program altogether.
This activity can be used to teach your children the importance of daily devotionals, speaking kind words to their peers regularly and/or the overall idea that our minds and bodies need to be reminded of positive teachings throughout our lifetime.
-Four supplies or less -Easily completed in under ten steps -Two day project (overnight drying) -Add their names, a loving message, creative artwork or leave the canvas as it
If you are looking into homeschooling, already well on your way or just wondering what other Mamas are buying on the regular; here are some of our favorites...
A Homeschool Mama's Cheat Sheet!
"With two very hyperactive littles I can't risk opening a plain worksheet for fear they will..."
I didn't want to simply sit down and do it for her, or have her copy how I drew something, I wanted her to find her own path and expand on it!