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Temporary Spaces

Temporary Spaces

When someone says the word "homeschooling" to me, I imagine a cozy scene of a mom and kids reading together on the couch, or maybe some great art project going being created, or a lively discussion around the kitchen table. Basically, I imagine a home. For most of our homeschooling lives, we've had a home in which we could easily live and learn, whether it was our small starter home in town or later, our larger home on five acres.

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Celebrating National Sewing Month with Kids

Celebrating National Sewing Month with Kids

September is National Sewing Month, so this week I want to share a bit about sewing and how you can incorporate it into your homeschooling experience.

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Happy Back-to-School!

Happy Back-to-School!

We started our school year a week ago, and though I wasn't completely ready (and I'm still not!), it has been a relief to get into a routine again. This was an absolutely crazy summer for us.

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Top Fall Events for Homeschoolers

Top Fall Events for Homeschoolers

I haven't chosen a firm date for our official start to the school year yet, but there are a few events I'm looking forward to this fall that I'm hoping to work into our school time!

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Colonial Digs

Colonial Digs

So often when I'm talking about school with people, I hear them say that history was their least favorite subject; they were given dates and names to memorize, and though they've forgotten all of those dry facts, they definitely remember being bored to death. This is such a shame, because history is full of some of the most amazing stories, and not just the tales of the famous people that get a few paragraphs in a history textbook, but the stories of the everyday people, too. One of the way to bring those stories to life is through archeology.

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About This Blog

Jennifer Geary is a wife of one and mom of two who is back home in Broken Arrow after Air Force-sponsored detours to Omaha and Oklahoma City.  An elementary education graduate from the University of Oklahoma, she decided to leave her “regular” teaching career behind to homeschool her son and daughter. 

When she’s not educating, feeding, or cleaning up after someone, Jennifer likes to read and scrapbook.  You can read about all of her adventures at Little Things.

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