Thursday, September 27th, 2012 at
The “perfect” homeschool
Frankly, homeschooling should look like whatever works for your family. One of the first things that I tell new homeschooling parents is to never compare your homeschool to someone else’s homeschool. Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 at
My oldest son was in second grade when I purchased Homeschool Tracker Plus software to keep track of my homeschool records. I live in Missouri where we are required to keep track of our homeschool hours. After struggling with inadequate homeschool software for six months, I downloaded the FREE Homeschool Tracker Basic Edition. After just a couple of weeks, I upgraded to the paid (Plus) version because of its ease of use and awesome features.
My oldest son is now in tenth grade, and I am still using Homeschool Tracker Plus (HST+) software! Want to know why?
Attendance and hours tracking
HST+ keeps track of my kids’ attendance and school hours brilliantly. Whether the kids put in only a half-day, take a sick day (or have a doctor’s appointment), participate in team sports, take co-op classes, or just put in a few extra hours of reading for pleasure during the weekend, HST+ handles it all. Read the rest of this entry
Thursday, September 13th, 2012 at
Living with chronic fatigue life hack
When you are living with chronic fatigue, you’re forced to find easier ways to accomplish even the most simple tasks. This is even more important when you’re a homeschool parent with few (if any) breaks during the day. Read the rest of this entry