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5 Tips for Homeschool Organization in Small Spaces

A dedicated homeschool room sounds like a dream! maps and foreign language posters on the walls bookshelves neatly filled (but not crammed) with books a desk for each child a couch for Read-Alouds pencil jars and marker bins in a … Continue reading

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5 Homeschool Organization Tips for Moms Who Can't Stand Clutter

Homeschooling is an open invitation to clutter. The minute we even consider homeschooling, clutter makes itself at home by way of picture books, paper, art supplies, science projects, costumes, curriculum, snacks, DVDs, mismatched socks, toys, and educational resources.  And yet, … Continue reading

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10 Clever Solutions for Chronically Missing Pencils

Sometimes it's the small homeschool frustrations that have the largest potential to derail the school day. Take the matter of sharpened pencils... Can you relate to the frustration of not being able to find a pencil when it is time … Continue reading

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5 Homeschool Organization Questions that Make a Big Impact

Could you homeschool organization use a makeover? Start with these five areas. Your answers will lead you to changes that make a big impact! Continue reading

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So Many Books: How to Organize Your Homeschool Library

Whether you have just one Sonlight package in your home or—like our family does—multiple years’ worth, it won’t take long to realize that organizing your school books is essential. There’s no one right way to get the job done, and … Continue reading

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Keeping Track of Your Homeschool

There's a lot to keep track of as a homeschool parent! Your state, district, or umbrella school may require documentation. But even if it doesn't, you have your own day-to-day record keeping that lets you know what to do next … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Corral Homeschool Clutter and Create Activity Centers

When you run an entire school inside the same four walls where you also eat and sleep, there’s no shortage of stuff. Learning to corral the homeschool clutter is a necessary part of the homeschool lifestyle. In our family, we … Continue reading

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