How much time a day do you spend on homekeeping? I'm not talking about the "ideal" floating around in our head, but real minutes. For me, on busy homeschool days (most are), I get in a good, solid hour.
The Homekeeping Hour is a simple solution for the busy mom. Let's take a look at what to do each morning using our Homekeeping Calendar with built-in routines.
God made children smart, that much is evident, as I watch how much my little one learns during everyday play. She loves her drawer in the homeschool room. Because I want to give her well-planned books & rich experiences (not random), I'm Presenting: Nursery Term I(1 Minute Tour) - a play and learn curriculum for my family and yours . . .
The one hour homekeeping calendar will have your home neat & tidy in just 4 easy steps!
A few years ago, I asked myself, Why was my husband and family so content?What was I doing differently? Then it hit me! (I'll share about this a little later!)
But, for now, I want to encourage you, because a well-kept home brings a kind of joy and stability to our families that is very much needed in today's world. Recently, I went on vacation and observed a lot of disconnected families. So sad, but so easy to change!
The January Homekeeping Calendar is here and includes our built-in routines! Now, you can easily access our calendar anytime on our new page, Freebies, under the menu bar, "Learn & Discuss." Here's what to do:
We are off to a great start with Term I of our homeschool year. I am especially enjoying our new Bible Course and our Autumn Nature Walks! (Before I jump in with the Term I Recap, you should know that our homeschool ages are 1, 15, and 17 with a Classical Mason method.) Our Program of Study includes:
Enjoy the November Homekeeping Calendar Free Printable! Our simple system for a neat & tidy home is built into our Homekeeping Calendar. Check off the 5 daily tasks to simplify your homekeeping hour! Includes:
Dear Homeschool Mom, You're invited to join me for Enrichments Term I. Every child deserves Enrichments–Art, Music, Literature, and much more – yet, I find it difficult to “fit-in”. So, this year, I’m doing three new things:
Learn how to simplify homeschool in our new series ... Homeschool 101! Bible is the most important subject you'll ever teach, and it's easy to teach as a family together study in just 30 minutes a day! I shared this in my Summer Letter. Let's take a look at: