Play: The Important Work of a Child

You may have heard it said that play is vital for a child’s development. Even the American Association of Pediatrics has done studies on the effect of play on cognitive development. They found that play links to social skills, gross and fine motor skills, problem...

Establishing Routines and Rhythms That Work For You

Schedules, alarm clocks, Happy Planners, checklists . . . parents everywhere have been managing schedules and trying to fit children into them since the beginning of time. The only thing that has really changed is now we have so many fancy apps and new resources to...

Kids can create their own Math-Tropolis!

Math projects are an amazing way for children, of all ages, to practice math skills while creating and applying those skills to real life. The Math-Troplis Math Project creates a fun and engaging way for children to practice their math skills within the Government...

This is How We Homeschool: The Toman Family

Whether this is your first year or your tenth year, homeschooling is an ever-evolving thing. Yes you’ll find your style and your routines, but as your kids grow… so will you! If you know us, you know we like to support homeschooling families with practical...

This is How We Homeschool: The Glaros Family

Whether this is your first year or your tenth year, homeschooling is an ever-evolving thing. Yes you’ll find your style and your routines, but as your kids grow… so will you! If you know us, you know we like to support homeschooling families with practical...

This is How We Homeschool: The Mundell Family

Whether this is your first year or your tenth year, homeschooling is an ever-evolving thing. Yes you’ll find your style and your routines, but as your kids grow… so will you! If you know us, you know we like to support homeschooling families with practical...