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We are an eclectic homeschool, using mainly Classical Conversations, A.C.E.(Accelerated Christian Education) and The Montessori Method.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

A Little Bird Told Me "Every Wednesday" Linky Party #13

Hello, everyone! The Natural Homeschool is so excited to welcome you to this week's Linky Party.

We have so many fantastic bloggers out there that are writing some fabulous posts and we would love for them to share what they're most proud of.

 Here are our awesome featured posts this week:

1. Mama's Happy Hive: Autumn Sensory Play
2. 27th and Olive: Butterscotch Pumpkin Pie
3. The Domestic Heart: "Octobers" Free Fall Printable
4. 3 Dinosaurs: Free Pumpkin Pack Math Update

Don't forget to check out The Natural Homeschool's 
Our Sweet Playroom Makeover post!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Under Drake's Flag: A Full Review & Amazing Giveaway

This review is seriously an amazing privilege for me. Actually, this isn't only a review, but it is a product that speaks directly to our hearts and it revives everything that we, as a family, stand for and believe in. So without further ado, here is my review of Under Drake's Flag.

Read on to find out more about this set and about a GIVEAWAY where you can be one of three winners!

Monday, October 20, 2014

How to Occupy Little Ones with Homeschooling

Greetings Natural Homeschool readers!

I am Brenda from Schooling a Monkey. I have two daughters, aged 8 (Monkey) and nearly 2 (Bo). My oldest daughter, Monkey, is in third grade.

Since Monkey is in third grade, she is in school for several hours each day. We try to arrange most of her school to occur during nap time, but on the days that Bo takes a short nap, or doesn’t nap at all, we’ve had to come up with alternative activities to keep Bo occupied while Monkey and I do school.

Here is what we do to keep toddlers occupied during homeschooling:

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Homemade Toiletries Round-up

If you have been looking for ways to save money and be more eco-friendly as you clean your home, look no further.
Here we have put together an amazing round-up of homemade recipes that will not only make your home beautifully clean (because they work so well), but they will also save you money.


These recipes are easy to make using minimal amounts of ingredients, and they will take you a step closer to having a healthier home. Take a look at this awesome list. It is broken up into categories to make recipes easier to find.
Each category will have one featured post and then more recipes below. We hope you enjoy making these.
Also, include your children whenever possible. If they take ownership over helping make (and use!) these cleaners, they may become more aware of what it takes to clean the house and hopefully will help keep it cleaner.

 To read the entire post, please click here.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Bedroom Cleaning Chart for Children (Free Printable included)

It hasn’t always been common knowledge that toddlers and preschoolers are capable of successfully performing tasks to help keep the house clean. But now, as a society, we are finally catching up a bit more with wonderful teaching methods like The Montessori Method, and we are starting to help our children get on the right path to independence. 

Preschoolers and even toddlers are capable of performing small tasks, be it picking their blocks up or wiping the table.
Messes are part of childhood and that is ok, but we also need to clean them up. In our home, this was becoming a bit of an issue, so I am sharing with you this post with an easy way to keep a preschooler’s room clean. As a bonus, this post comes with a FREE printable of the chart! Read on to find out what we did.

To see the entire post and get the FREE printable, click here.

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