Marking the End of the Year – Do Homeschoolers Really Have To?

For parents whose children are in school, the beginning of summer can cause mixed emotions. Suddenly your children are at home full-time, and your uninterrupted time during the day is over. For homeschoolers, there is usually no change in routine, though some parents may go lighter on the school work during the summer or cease … Continue reading Marking the End of the Year – Do Homeschoolers Really Have To?

Worthy Reads

  Homeschooling **Attention Georgia Homeschoolers: No more attendance forms for Georgia homeschoolers - Examiner.com - Whoot! This One's For the Homeschool Moms: Mercy's Story - Homeschoolers Anonymous - An important read for all homeschooling moms. Just the Facts: The Pros and Cons of Homeschooling - CBS Sacramento Why I Homeschool - Scholastic.com - A great article that my friend … Continue reading Worthy Reads

Raising Butterflies

Scroll down for a slideshow of our butterfly's life cycle! Note: This column was published in the Barrow Journal on May 8, 2013. Last year we raised toads from tadpoles, and this year we’re raising butterflies. This is surprisingly easy to do, and I’d encourage any family to give it a try.  It’s a wonderful experience … Continue reading Raising Butterflies