We all know it isn't easy to entertain our kiddies during the cold season, and not simply because it's cold, but more so expensive for some of us! As a homeschooled family, we don't work on the same schedule as everyone else. So yes, you've got it right! We weren't off from school this week for winter recess. However, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy field trips like the rest. Keep on reading if you want to hear what's going on out in Brooklyn, NY this weekend.
One thing I love about homeschooling on-the-go is that there’s less stress involved and more fun! One of the biggest challenges for homeschool families is simply how to get food on the table. While on the go, it’s pretty simple. You pack snacks, sandwiches, drinks and you should be pretty good. Except, what happens when all the food runs out before the day is over?
There are so many reasons why I love homeschooling, from the bonding, nurturing and beautiful memories, to the extra money I’m not spending on school clothes (Oh the joy)! There’s no limits or pressure on what should be done on a day to day basis. With homeschooling, you just go with the flow!
Being a homeschool parent can sometimes get a bit overwhelming. Not just for you, but for your children as well. Some days you may not feel like teaching, and your children just don’t care to sit at a desk, writing for hours. I’ve realized what the problem is, and I’m here to help! So read on to hear about a very intimate location you can take your children to when you don’t feel up to teaching!
I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but Queens is swiftly graduating to the new “it” borough for parents! I’ve lived here for about 16 years now, and experienced its growth in becoming more and more kid/family friendly. It’s a beautiful learning experience for children of any age. So whether you’re living in New York or just visiting, Queens is the borough you’ll want to go to! So keep reading, because I’m going to give you one of the top kid friendly places to take your children.