Blogmas 2019, Homeschool

Debunking 4 Homeschool Myths

Everytime we are out and about during what is considered the typical school times and school days we tend to become engaged in several different types of conversations. When people see my kids out and about they usually get asked if they are enjoying their day off of school. Once people find out we are… Continue reading Debunking 4 Homeschool Myths

Blogmas 2019, Homeschool

Home-School Field Trip: Our Trip to the Space History Museum

Happy Blogmas day 6! Can you believe we are already almost through the first full week of December? It seems like just yesterday we were smack dab in the middle of summer. And now here we are just a mere few days away from the official start of winter and winding down the end of… Continue reading Home-School Field Trip: Our Trip to the Space History Museum


My Top 10 Home-school Must Haves

  One thing I hear a lot when people find out we home-school is that they don't know how we could afford it. Between curriculum, supplies, and me being home rather than having a second income the math just doesn't seem to add up. Well, let me be honest. Yes, home-school can become expensive. But… Continue reading My Top 10 Home-school Must Haves

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Welcome to Mars Hall Legacy Academy

If you caught my post about Embracing the Positivity last week you know that this school year we are on a mission to focus on the positive aspects of each week. This week I was reminded, simply by an off hand comment, of one area that often gets translated into the negative side of being… Continue reading Welcome to Mars Hall Legacy Academy

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Embracing the Positivity

I have this friend who works in public education and has for...I think he said this was year 22. Last week he made the decision to use this academic year to focus on the positive things happening in the classroom, school, and district around him. He has begun with a Facebook live video on Monday… Continue reading Embracing the Positivity

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Our Unconventional Homeschool

Homeschooling. Miriam-Webster defines "home school" as to teach school subjects to one's children at home For some people this looks like taking a traditional classroom setting and simply recreating it at home. The desks, the chalkboard, the lesson books and work sheets all done just like they would be in a 4 walled school with… Continue reading Our Unconventional Homeschool