After six years of homeschooling I have met a large variety of homeschool moms. In fact, at every homeschool get together I generally see the same general types of homeschool moms. I thought it would be fun to look at the different types of homeschool moms. I know there are more than this and some people are a combination. Which one are you? Leave me a comment and let me know.
Have you had the talk yet? You know the one I am talking about. I am not referring to the stork, some magical garden, or some easy to digest story for where babies come from. I am talking about the actual talk about where babies come from.
As my daughter gets older I find that we are having to revisit the topic. This can be such a difficult topic to broach with your children. You have to be careful not to over or under share with your child while giving them a realistic perspective of sex. I thought today would be a good day to focus on some of the questions you need to ask as you set up your homeschool sex education program.
Homeschool Sex Education
I have always been a huge fan of developing reading skills in children. For some children, reading can be difficult or frustrating. This is the case with R at times due to her dyslexia. Instead of admitting defeat I found a fun way to motivate her to read. I told her that she could watch any movie that goes with a book she is approved to read after reading the entire book. Here are 10 books made into movies for kids that you can use to encourage your child to read more.