When you get your homeschool curriculum it can be really tempting to follow it word for word, especially if this is your first year homeschooling. Doing that can be a really bad idea, though, especially if you have a special needs child. Children with special needs learn in really unique ways, and very few homeschool […]
Homeschool Archieve Posts
Homeschooling is a labor of love by the entire family. With the homeschool posts here on GHOK, I share my experience as a homeschool graduate and ideas for tot-school through preschool with my own children.
The term “squirrel!” has affectionately been used to describe people who are distracted or have a hard time focusing on the thing at hand. As adults, we often have a hard time focusing throughout the day and need to learn how to re-focus on what we are suppose to be doing. Asking our kids to […]
A few weeks ago I shared a post on my Facebook page that was crazy popular. When I shared it I had no idea it would be that popular, but looking back I should not have been so surprised that people shared it. The entire point of the post was about how cursive handwriting should […]
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro Gro-ables. All opinions are 100% mine. Perhaps you are like me: every year I say I am going to start a garden and then that year comes and goes and guess what? No garden. Both of my children are summer babies, so two […]
We are super behind on our Letter of the Week activities, but we are plugging along to Letter H activities this week. As always, simple is the name of the game with me. For each week of tot-school that I plan with the letter of the week theme, I divide into 8 sections with one […]