Attending the (Right) Homeschool Conference is Worth It

I spent last Thursday-Sunday at the Secular Eclectic Academic Homeschool conference in Atlanta, Georgia. I almost didn't go to this conference, but I am so, so glad I did. I almost didn't go for a few different reasons. The first was cost. When I booked my tickets, I was a month away from the beginning… Continue reading Attending the (Right) Homeschool Conference is Worth It

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Standards Without Standardization

Since we homeschool year-round (for all the reasons I discussed in a previous post), today is the first day of second grade for my 7-year-old daughter. To prepare for this "new" year, I did something that a lot of the homeschooling parents I know would shudder over: I printed the second grade Common Core standards.… Continue reading Standards Without Standardization