I’m Not A Charlotte Mason Purist

I’m Not A Charlotte Mason Purist I’ve never thought of myself as a Charlotte Mason purist but I was churning on the inside. My friend had just messaged me telling me to jump online to defend myself because I was being criticised for not being a real Charlotte Mason...

Music Appreciation In Our Homeschool

Music and the Australian Curriculum Music Appreciation is a part of the Australian Curriculum’s Arts syllabus. Many of the lessons include learning about music and our response to it. Beat, rhythm, singing, performing are all words you will find wrapped up in...

Do Homeschool Teachers Need Training?

Have you ever heard someone say homeschool teachers need training? Do you agree! I certainly do. But they don’t need to learn how to be a school teacher. The first time we hit advanced high school math, I decided I wasn’t qualified to teach homeschool...

Homeschool Workboxes

Adding Structure To Your Day With Homeschool Workboxes Homeschool workboxes really were one of the best organisational changes that we made to our homeschool set up. I’m a fairly unstructured person, my husband is the opposite. He was always telling me that I...

Homeschool Record Keeping

Easy Fuss Free Homeschool Record Keeping When you homeschool you are required to do some homeschool record keeping. Keeping it simple is the key. I keep records of the children’s achievements by: Dating when we finish a particular book Keep a list of books read Keep...

Homeschool Science Experiments Stress Free

Making Homeschool Science Experiments Fun For You & Your Child Homeschool science experiments are good in theory but actually doing them can be a messy time-consuming affair and sometimes a failure. Little hands love the idea but if you are fiddling about trying...