7 Homeschool Resources and Ideas For New Teachers
I would not be where I am today without homeschooling. While I did well in public school, I spent a lot of time bored. In grade school, they let me wander around and explore the old stacks of books in the basement or go to the library. At one point, I spent about 25% of my school day just reading. My Dad taught me a lot of what you learned in the first two years of grade school before I even stepped foot in one. I had an excellent grade school with very top-notch teachers. I am in contact with...
I have not bought pre-made laundry detergent in over a year, and I couldn’t be happier about it! Making your own laundry soap is very inexpensive, and I have to say that our clothing and linens smell better for longer and are easier to get clean. Matt and I have 1,600 grape vines to tend, a herd of sheep, dogs, cats, chickens, and geese. On top of that, we grow gourmet mushrooms and put back firewood for two houses. All those outdoor activities mean we have a bit of laundry to do, and it can be pretty dirty. In the past,...
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