Homeschool Tips- Weaving a Hybrid Life

I’m thrilled to share with you that Oak Meadow’s fall journal is now available! Oak Meadow is based in Putney, Vermont, and they’ve been a trusted homeschool curriculum provider for years. So, if you already homeschool – or you’re thinking about homeschooling – check them out!

They offer a free journal and this issue’s theme is Weaving a Hybrid Life. You can check out the entire issue here – and my ideas for “Adventures in Homeschooling” – here.

Homeschooling Resource Roundup

Are you new to homeschooling? Are you loving the pace of learning online or still trying to find your stride? No matter which camp you are in, you’ll enjoy the free insights from Oak Meadow’s Living Education free online journal.

This edition focuses on how life has changed due to the pandemic, and more importantly, how we can thrive in the midst of it. I offer up a ton of FREE places where you can learn online! This includes amazing places to learn online about art, music, history, and more! You can check out the Living Education journal here and you can check out my “Resource Roundup” here.

Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning

My friends at Oak Meadow have released the Fall 2020 edition of their journal, Living Education. Oak Meadow is a school and curriculum provider for homeschooling families.

This issue is chock-full of fun. There’s some money-saving tips that can help you, especially if you’ve lost money during the pandemic. Are you feeling burnt out from homeschooling? (I see you, new to home-learning crowd.) You’ll get some help from Oak Meadow co-founder Lawrence Williams.

Plus, I’m thrilled to offer up my tips for Solutions Found in Hands On Learning. (Yes, you can do this! No, you don’t have to be a teacher. Hint: there are games and fun involved!)

Need Help Homeschooling?

Need a little help with homeschooling?

Or are you on the other end of the spectrum, with years of homeschooling experience under your belt, and a routine that works for your family?

No matter where you find yourself, a little inspiration never hurts.

My friends at Oak Meadow have just released the spring edition of their free online journal. This edition asks the question Dear Earth, How Can We Help?

You can read the full issue here and check out my tips for how to teach a basic appreciation for the planet (even if science isn’t your best subject) here.