Category: Resources

Help for social emotional learning: Fred Rogers

One of the resources you’ll hear me recommending repeatedly as part of the homeschooling or parenting journey are teachings from Fred Rogers. I grew up on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood (the show ran from 1968 – 2001). After the premiere of the animated series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood on PBS KIDS in 2012 (a show cut from

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WA State Homeschool Conference

Last weekend, we headed to Green River College for the WHO conference (Washington Homeschool Organization). Each year, over the course of two days, current and prospective homeschooling families trek to the conference to learn about different curriculum providers, education resources and informative workshops. It was our first year attending the conference and we walked away

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Required subjects for homeschooling in Washington state

Last month, I took a  Parent Qualifying Course through WHO (Washington Homeschool Organization). Through WA state homeschool laws, I was already qualified (reference the website for more info). But I wanted a better understanding of how to go about homeschooling in the state of Washington and what the requirements were for curriculum. Turns out, there

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