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Life & Death

by h5rus on 04-30-2015 at 12:09 PM
Life is full of amazing learning experiences for kids. Itís also full of sudden experiences that you might not feel well equipped to handle.

One such experience, for me, is death.

To continue reading, please go here: Life & Death | SecularSchooling

Our School Room Reveal

by h5rus on 06-27-2014 at 11:08 AM
Pictures included! School Room | SecularSchooling

Our Writing Journey

by h5rus on 04-21-2014 at 02:52 PM
If youíve been following my blog for some time now, Iím sure youíve heard me grumble and mutter about the difficulty Iíve been having teaching my daughter to write well.

Whatís really depressing, to me, is that I love to write! Iíve been writing in a diary since I was nine years old, so to find myself having to fight my nearly eleven year old daughter to write has been quite frustrating.

Click here to read more: Our Writing Journey | SecularSchooling

Helpful Tools

by h5rus on 03-19-2014 at 06:16 PM
Iíve been doing a lot of thinking lately on what works and what doesnít when it comes to homeschooling. Sure, having some basic tools can be very helpful! Like a microscope, library card, internet access, etc. But what else is important to have when homeschooling? Here are some things Iíve come up with based on my own homeschooling journey.

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Helpful Tools | SecularSchooling

A Week in the Life of a Homeschooling Mom of Three

by h5rus on 08-11-2013 at 02:12 PM

It has been a long and exhausting week for this momma! Seriously donít know how people homeschool more than three! Homeschooling three was

My day started out well and strong. But keeping the attention of two four year olds and keeping them quiet when working with the oldest was quite a struggle.

To read more about my week and how I created a new subject (Etymology!) to study with my oldest, please visit my blog:
A Week in the Life of a Homeschooling Mom of Three | SecularSchooling
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