We live and breathe ADHD in this house. Here are the tips and tools we’ve learned to thrive while homeschooling with ADHD!Read more
We’ve been using MP since 2015 (I can’t believe it’s been that long!) and our family has been incredibly blessed by both the curriculum and the MP community. I hope this post helps as you consider/begin/continue your homeschooling journey with Memoria Press! Be sure to use the Table of Contents to quickly find what you […]Read more
Everyone says it’s easy to kill our children’s love of learning. It can happen if we expect them to do things they don’t enjoy. It will never return if we “do school at home” instead of homeschool. Our children could have life-long scars if we fail to make all our learning as sensory and relaxed as a nature walk.
Besides all this, we’ll become stressed, demanding mothers who lack any sense of joy or beauty.
These beliefs ruled our homeschool for five years. Here’s what happened when I finally dared to push back.Read more
If you’ve followed us for a while, you know we have multiple children with mild special needs. But the term mild needs can be really misleading. Many people think it means learning disabilities only, but my children don’t have any diagnosed learning disabilities!
So what does “mild needs” actually mean?Read more
When you’re homeschooling with chronic illness, everyone says to use read-alouds, videos, and your children’s interests to get through the school day. It’s similar to the idea that “the best curriculum is the one that gets done.”
But as a chronically ill homeschooling mom, I want to push back on that advice; because we can give our children a deeper, richer education.