After the Break is Done

After an academic break, sometimes we feel we have to jump back in full speed. We want to get our children and ourselves back on the same schedule. We also want to start rolling at the same pace as we were before our break started.

While those intentions are great, there is no need to stress yourself out just yet. Why not ease your way into this thing called school. Just take your time and flow back into your regular schedule.


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Curriculum That’s Easy Peasy!

Ok. So, I’m not very versed on curriculum, but I wanted to share my experience with the Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool curriculum. We had our first child go through kindergarten last year, and this year we have a first grader, two kindergartners, and a host of toddlers and preschoolers (Lol). clarissa-watson-jAebodq7oxk-unsplash

I created my own curriculum last year with our first. I loved it. I found everything for free online or used things I had gathered during my time in graduate school and while working in childcare. I was able to flow freely into any subject matter I wanted without feeling bound by a script or someone else’s objectives. I was free to leave an area of study if it were time to move on or stay in that area until we mastered it. 

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Curriculum, When is it Time to Change

It was 10 in the morning.

Reading had been completed.

Science had been completed.

Art had been done and thoroughly enjoyed.

Time for math and five minutes in my older boy, his twin sister and I were all crying


This is an obvious case of when to change curriculum but for me it was one of the hardest ones. I was still new to homeschooling, we were extremely tight on money, I had already bought the math program and I had heard wonderful things about it.

Why wouldn’t it work for us?

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Apologia Biology users……’s a great resource for you

Apologia is a faith based approach to science. Please don’t let the fact that it is ‘faith based’ fool you. This curriculum is definitely credit worthy. Meaning your student will genuinely earn their high school credit for any of the Science levels.

Apologia offers science curriculum for elementary through to Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Advanced Biology and Marine Biology.

We’ve used Apologia science all the way through our homeschooling.

Here is a great resource to use if your student is studying General Science, Physical Science and Biology.

This online resource offers videos for the each module to help the student understand the concepts better, as well as quizzes.

Excellent Free resource!!

click here>>>> Apologia Online Resources