Category Archives for Organization

Top 10 Essential Supplies for Preschoolers

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 By Jen Holmstrom Preschoolers are self educators by nature.  They enjoy exploring their surroundings and seek out hands-on projects. Providing these activities is the best way to facilitate preschool education.  In preparation for a school year with your preschooler, it is helpful to acquire the basic supplies that are […]

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Organizing the Home is Fun and Easy

Get Organized!   Presentation by Jenny Layton “Don’t have time to get organized? You don’t have time NOT to get organized! If you are feeling overwhelmed, out of time, and overrun by “stuff,” you won’t want to miss this class. Bookmark

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Starting New or Starting Over – A Primer For Getting it Right

Presentation by Donna Goff Are you just getting started or are you restarting home school and needing new direction?  Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the choices? How will you keep up with your household chores?  How do you homeschool children at different ages at the same time?  Bookmark

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Your One-Room Schoolhouse

Your One-Room Schoolhouse: How to Successfully Homeschool Multiple Children and Ages  One of the questions most often asked by homeschoolers is how to manage the many personalities, styles and ages in a family. Not only is Rachel DeMille a sought-after mentor for homeschoolers around the world, she is the mother of 8, one with severe […]

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3 Biggest Things that Lead to Chaos

3 Biggest Dangers Homeschooling Moms Make That Keep Their Schedules Chaotic –  This is a call about scheduling, rhythm of the day & week and creating a plan that fits the individual mom and family.Bookmark

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Training Mother Helpers

Training Mother Helpers –  Being a homeschooling mother is hard enough, but add in all the household responsibilities, nagging & frustration that comes with being the homemaker as well.  Have you decided its time to get some relief?  This workshop shares how to give everyone a promotion and start training your children to be “mother […]

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Scheduling and Planning to Have Fridays Off

Scheduling and Lesson Planning – How to Have Fridays Off –  How do parents find time to attend park days and field trips without sacrificing the academics?  How do you still do these things when one or more of your kids doesn’t want to do their assignments?  Are your kids doing lessons until late at […]

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Family Chunk Clock

The Family Chunk Clock –  Do life’s distractions get YOU off schedule? Why don’t lists and schedules work for most families?  The family chunk clock is unique because it is organized around tasks rather time. It works because it doesn’t matter if you get up late, have an emergency phone call after breakfast or just […]

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Homeschool of Your Dreams

Take a Risk: Have the Homeschool of Your Dreams! –  The fantasy homeschool that lives in your imagination is a good one. It’s haunted by a little invisible spirit called “The Ghost of Public School Past.” Her name is Mrs. Cox, she holds a red pen, she whispers in your left ear: “By this age […]

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Training Up a Child and How to Have a Clean Homeschool

Training-Up a Child: How to Have a Clean Home School –  Do you struggle to keep a clean home? Are you tired of the “Chore Wars?” Does your home drive you to distraction? Do you feel guilty when teaching your children because the home is not running smoothly? Do you periodically stop everything to ditch […]

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