Can I Really Homeschool a Unique Learner?

This homeschooling blog was originally published in The Canadian Homeschool Minute – a division of The Old School House Magazine. July 25, 2018. The decision to homeschool isn’t an easy decision. The decision to homeschool your unique learner is even more...

When Homeschooling Isn’t As Easy as You Thought

This homeschooling blog was recently published in The Canadian Homeschool Minute – a division of The Old School House Magazine. July 4, 2018. The journey of homeschooling is full of twists and turns, questions and uncertainties, challenges and trials. What do...

5 Tips for Choosing Curriculum for your Homeschool

Conference season is around the corner! The exhibit hall is full of wonderful curriculum and resources for you to peruse and purchase. But sometimes the choices are overwhelming, especially when we consider the unique needs of each of our children. Somehow, we hope...

Laziness, Late Bloomer, or Learning Disability?

Laziness, Late Bloomer, or Learning Disability? This is the question! As parents, this question churns around in our mind over and over again. As we watch our child interact with others, work at their addition and multiplication facts, and attempt to sound out words...

Creating Experiential Learning Opportunities

It has been widely established that we learn best through experiential learning! As we involve more of our senses, more learning can take place. Learning promotes more learning. Experiential learning is the process of learning through experiences and then reflecting...