I think one of the biggest challenges for homeschool moms is that it’s not enough to be organized. Since we school our children in our home environment, it’s also important to look organized as well. I say that with the utmost humility because at this very moment, my dining room sits in chaos. The white board is pulled up to the table, pencil eraser rubbings and open books are scattered everywhere, art projects sit on the bench against the east wall, and a broken pencil lays underneath the bench (because my children – uh, teens – can’t cope with a broken lead).
So when I suggest a little homeschool organization, I’m clearly preaching to the choir. Check out these great ideas and hacks!
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
20 Amazing and Fun Ways to Enjoy Mexican Street Corn
Mexican food is my jam. Okay, Tex-Mex, but seriously...it is my happy place. I grew up eating it at
FREE: Our Favorite Character Building Curriculum
When my oldest was in middle school we discovered Character Concepts' curriculum. We used their char
When the Public Library is Not Easily Accessible
Libraries...I bet you love them. Most homeschool moms do.We live on the county line and our closest
Japanese Language Learning for Homeschoolers – What We Are
A little over a year ago, my daughter began her obsession with all-things-Japanese. Being that we ar
Game-Changing Way to Schedule Your Homeschool
If you have experienced homeschool burnout in the past, perhaps now is a great time to consider a sc
What to Do When You Can't Afford to Buy New Curriculum
When I decided I wanted to educate my children at home, I wasn't concerned about the money. I just k
Nightly Routines for Kids That Will Last – FREE Daily Rout
Developing a nightly routine for kids that actually stick, especially if it hasn’t been consistent