A Little Homeschool Blog
It's true...most of my days are a whirlwind, and I spend a lot of time frustrated and wondering, "How can I possibly manage all of this?!"
But every now and then I glimpse my little posse in the rearview and remember why it is all worthwhile.
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22:6
Homeschool Blog Feature Article
Raising a Strong-Willed Child: July 31, 2014
Check out my latest blog about raising a strong-willed child. I hope you will be encouraged to keep pressing on in the Lord, because I have first-hand knowledge of the fruits of such labors!
I print one for each week of the homeschool year (September to May). As we complete a subject each day, I make a little square in the top right corner of the box and record the number of hours. Later, I transfer the info to a spreadsheet, which adds up our total credits for the year. (I DO NOT homeschool through the weekend...but we often get a credit here or there.)
Blank decimal addition and subtraction worksheet aids for problems up to thousands and thousandths.
Homeschool Blog Archives
- It's Potty Time
- The Joke is On Me
- Our Routine
- A Good Day
- A Little Order
- Getting Structured
- My Spirit-Led Homeschool
- Dillon's First ER Visit
- Mother's Day 2011
- Crazy Day
- Computer Miracle
- Baby D's Memorial
- Snow, Snow, Snow
- Homeschool Break
- Stellar Day
- Visiting Great-Grandma Carlene
- Christmas 2010