When it comes to living a happy life, experts agree that mindset is key. Changing your mindset to one of positivity is essential in your life journey, but what about your homeschool journey? Sathish Bala -CEO of Schoolio- asked Lindsey
With the COVID-19 situation not resolving, many parents have had to make some difficult decisions. They have had to decide whether of not to place their children back in the public school system or to do remote learning at home
I read a question from another homeschool mama that went something like this, 'How do you balance teaching more than one child in different grade levels at the same time?' I have three children, ages 9.5, 7.5 and (almost)
Hey Lindsey, what's the difference between Socialization and Socializing when it comes to Homeschooling? Ah socialization, the most common question asked of the seasoned homeschooler. It’s asked by grandparents and aunts and uncles and family friends and strangers at the grocery
With the COVID-19 situation evolving, many parents are concerned about their child’s safety in a school setting. And rightfully so. There’s something terrifying about putting your child in a vulnerable situation that could open them up for infection. So now
Congratulations! Your child has made it to grade 1! I have three children, grades one, three and four. With each one of my children, I always felt like grade one was a huge milestone. You’ve made it through JK and
So Lindsey, parents want to know is homeschooling boring? Wouldn't my children get bored always being home? What are some activities that you've done with your children to make the homeschool days less boring and still give them fun opportunities?