Tag: homeschool

Guide to Knoxville Homeschool Cooperatives and Activities

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***Please note that this information is constantly changing due to Covid-19 circumstances. Please check the individual websites for updated information.*** For many reasons, homeschooling is...

The Freedom to Pivot

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I am the product of public schools and it could not have been a better experience. I taught in public schools just like my...

Homeschool to Travel: The Adventure Begins?

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As my oldest edges towards kindergarten this fall, we've found ourselves flip-flopping regarding all of the options available for educating our kids. In the...

New {Homeschool} Kid on the Block

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That time of year is creeping ever closer. The buds are showing up on tree branches, the snow has melted away, the days and...

Let’s Stop Treating Math Like a Four Letter Word

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Of all the subjects we study in school, math seems to be the most universally despised. There are memes about it, jokes on every...

So you Think you Want to Homeschool: Five Things you Should...

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When we decided to homeschool our boys for the 2011-2012 school year, one in second grade, the other in Kindergarten, it was mostly an...

Beehives for Knoxville Mama Bears

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Fellow mothers, pollination season is among us! While we can all agree that we are excited for warmer weather, we can equally agree that...

Self-Made Summer Camp

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This year we cannot afford summer camp. We really want to send our son to reading camp, space camp, art camp, etc. Finances are...

Keeping Little Hands Busy When You’re Cooped Up

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It's a little ironic that I'm writing this post when we are having an abnormally warm winter, it's 60 degrees outside and I have...

Back to School Organization – with Free Printable!

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Like most mamas of school-age kids, my “new year” does not start on January 1st. The first day of school is what marks a...

Mythbusters: Homeschool Edition

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With the school year upon us (well, some of you anyway: we don't start back until after Labor Day), now seems like a perfect...

Montessori for the Summer

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The sun shines past bedtime, the flowers and trees overflow the garden bed, and the pool water glistens in the light. The school year...