August and September are such exciting months for the homeschooling community–the promise of the year ahead; the planning (and the planners!); the shiny, new curriculum; the beautiful stacks of books all over the house; and the arrangement and decorating of homeschool spaces. Even year-round homeschoolers like me can’t help but get caught up in the anticipation of it all. But with this excitement can also come worry, questions, analysis-paralysis, and a whole heaping spoonful of self-doubt, especially for brand-new homeschoolers.
Brave Writer Lifestyle, Homeschool
How We Will Be Incorporating the Brave Writer Lifestyle in 2017 – 2018
I discovered a lot of amazing things in my first two years of homeschooling: blogs I binge-read until late in the night, libraries bursting with resources like a Christmas stocking, free workshops held at state parks and open spaces almost weekly, and some of the most beautiful books I’d ever laid my hands on (Nature Anatomy comes to mind!) But when I stumbled across Brave Writer, it was a whole new world in the best possible way.
Brave Writer is the kind of program I wish I had been part of as a child. Being the kind of little girl
Blossom and Root Kindergarten, Homeschool, Homeschool Planning
Our Homeschool Curriculum for 2017 – 2018: Kindergarten
Blossom and Root Early Years, Homeschool, Homeschool Planning