5 Recharging Tips for the Homeschooling Mom

5 Recharing Tips for the Homeschooling Mom | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

We all get tired physically, emotionally and spiritually when we give daily to our family and do it all day long. Recharging ourselves is crucial to keeping our joy and happiness in what we do for our family. As important as it is, we often lose motivation or inspiration for just how to accomplish this […]

Faith-Centered Homeschool: Letting Go of the Books When It Matters the Most

Faith-Centered Homeschool Letting Go Of the Books When It Matters the Most | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Does your heart desire to train your children in your faith, but then you find yourself making book knowledge more important than disciplining your tender hearts? A few of my readers are in this place and have asked me for advice of how to keep their goals of having a faith-centered homeschool and not being […]

5 Charlotte Mason Methods Perfect for a Co-op Setting

5 Charlotte Mason Method Perfect for a Charlotte Mason Co-op Setting | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Homeschool co-ops are becoming more and more popular through the years and recently some readers asked me some suggestions on starting a Charlotte Mason co-op.  In contemplating the questions, I considered the Charlotte Mason method and realized that several of her methods would be a great homeschooling co-op options for those wanting to attempt it. […]

5 Reasons to Continue the Charlotte Mason Way In the High School Years

5 Reasons to Continue the Charlotte Mason Way In the High School Years | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Many homeschoolers are attractive to the Charlotte Mason way because of the gentleness of the method and how well their children learn from implementing this way of learning. However, when their children begin to approach high school, they feel like they have to do something different to award high school credit and to appease their […]

5 Benefits to a Relaxed Early Education

5 Benefits to a Relaxed Early Education - Why rush education in preschool children? | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Our culture is demanding more and more from our younger children’s education and many parents are feeling the weight of this pressure. The desire to see children reading, writing and doing math long before we were ever taught ourselves is becoming more popular within our electronic world and some of my readers have requested that […]

How to Teach Your Children to Keep Their Room Clean

How To Teach Your Children to Keep Their Room Clean - These 5 things can make this difficult task really easy. | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

If you have children, you know how hard it is to keep their rooms clean, especially if they are younger children. When my older children were smaller, I couldn’t believe how quickly they would mess up their rooms. I implemented some key things that help to teach my children to keep their room clean and […]

How Do You Take Care of YOU

How Do You Take Care of You? - It is so important to find ways to take care of yourself and not only be a caregiver. These tips can help you learn how. | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

If you are anything like me, taking care of yourself isn’t high on your radar. How can it be, really? Our family has needs and needs we must provide. However, I want to make you stop and ask yourself this very important question… “How do you take care of YOU?” How Do You Take Care […]

How to Add Music to Your Homeschool

How to Add Music to Your Homeschool - Teach your child to love music! | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Music appreciation is so important for everyone. As a Charlotte Mason educator, music appreciation has always been a part of our homeschooling. I love the way that music can be added to a homeschool routine and even have some of our favorite composers to listen to during these times. Taking music appreciation to the next level would […]

How to Bring the Bible Alive for Your Children

How to Bring the Bible Alive for Your Children - Connecting to the truth in the Bible can be hard at a young age, but it doesn't have to be! | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

As a Christian family, we desire our children to read and love the Bible like we do. However, it takes time for them to understand that Bible, what it means and how it relates to them. But it doesn’t have to be that way! I’m so thankful for the resources that we have used to […]

     
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