What does it mean to be an introvert? It’s more than being “shy,” and it’s not a less-desirable personality type by far. See what makes our family tick.
It’s not such a bad thing if all your kids want to do is play video games. Here’s a look at how we use them in our family to build social skills and encourage creativity.
Here’s a wonderful video that shows what it’s like to live with sensory processing disorder – something our family knows all too well.
Our new fridge poster encourages the whole family to remember what we’re grateful for – and it was created by our 12-year-old daughter, Sarah!
When should your preteen or teen get a cell phone? Here’s how we made our decision and the good things that have come from it.
Our family’s trip to a local art festival, where Sarah entered some of her work, showed us how personal art can be – and introduced us to a “drum painter!”
Here’s a look at our homeschooling life during the week of July 7, 2012, which featured our completed portfolio review for the previous school year and a great educational quote from E.L. Konigsburg.
In a three-part series, I look at my own educational background and my daughter’s, and discuss how we came to homeschooling. This is the conclusion, the hardest part to tell.
Some snippets from our unschooling life in late May 2012 included an impromptu car wash, Sculpey clay and postcard sorting.
Teaching social skills in our family includes our 12-year-old daughter learning about Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.