Early Learners

Summer Reading List

Through the years, we have read countless books. Here are a few of our favorites that you may consider putting on your summer reading list.

I try to have a sample reading list ahead of time for each child to ensure they pick out good, quality literature. Yes, I let them make their own selections, but I also recommend a few titles that I think they will like.

Make Summer Learning Happen!

It is summertime for most of us. The books are closed, and summer break is here! As homeschoolers, we have the luxury of understanding that learning can happen anytime, even during the summer. But, what does summer learning look like? Whatever you want it too! There are many ways to let the learning continue throughout the summer.

20+ Great Family Read a Louds

Do you want to make sure your child gets the best education they can? Do you want to ensure that your child has a head start in academics? If so, then the most important thing you can do for your child is read to them!

Homeschooling and Grade Placement

As the kids get out their school books, each child has different numbers on their books.  I have a 4th, 6th and Kindergartner, yet the numbers on their books range from PK to 7th. Why? Because I don’t worry about what the grade number is on the front of my children’s books. One of the luxuries of homeschooling is that we don’t have to work on grade level. We can let our kids work at their own pace. This is a luxury for them, and us.

Homeschooling a Reluctant Learner

Do you have a child who just doesn’t like school? Everything seems like a chore when it comes to learning. They don’t want to do math, reading is a bore, and getting them to sit and concentrate is a near impossible task…. If this is your child, you may have a reluctant learner. Most kids are reluctant in school at some point in their education career, but reluctant learners are different. They really don’t seem to like school. At all.  Here are some tips for homeschooling a reluctant learner.


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