As many of us embark on learning how to be antiracist, we’re gathering books, documentaries, and podcasts. It’s a great start. In my view, one thing that is important to consider when buying books and documentaries is that what...
First off, a homeschool id is not a requirement, is not something everyone makes for themselves, and does not make you any less 'official' as a home educator.  I choose to make myself a homeschool ID because there are countless...
For many of us the last day of school has gone by or is coming up. I find myself feeling all the feelings - torn as I am proud of my little ones' many accomplishments, but saddened to see...
The rain was dripping down the windows and everyone’s moods matched the gray and dreary weather outside. We all woke up on the wrong side of the bed that day, the umpteenth crisis-schooling day, and seemed unable to shake...
Yes, suck it up. Which means that I am also putting out this warning! This post will not placate your feelings about being cooped up with your family. Just like we give our children tough love, I am here as...
I’ve always felt appreciative of those who contribute to my children’s well being, education and needs.  Needless to say, COVID-19 has given me a whole new perspective on life and learning, and it's safe to say myself along with...
The end of the 2020 school year is going to look quite a bit different from previous years, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be able to create a few memories all the same! We know that graduating from Preschool...
Join elementary and middle school Physical Education Teacher, Mr. Spooner, as he joins us live with a FREE + FUN Locomotor Lesson {learning to move from one place to another}. He will demonstrate a ton of ways kids can...
Hello! Thank you to everyone that was able to join Mid-Michigan Moms co-owner/homeschooling mom Lyndsey for a Facebook Live where she chatted about The Human Body, answered your questions, + shared some ideas for crafts and activities. If you...