Author: Jenny Underwood

Jenny is a homeschooling mom of 4 and wife to a wonderful husband. She blogs at Our Inconvenient Family. She enjoys reading, a good cup of coffee, spending time outdoors with her family. You can find her writing about Jesus, homeschooling, and life at https://www.inconvenientfamily.com.
Teaching History Through Thanksgiving
Teaching History Through Thanksgiving

We have started a tradition in our family since we’ve had children. It’s a brand new one and each year I look forward to it with anticipation. As unfortunately, our extended family traditions have died out we felt the need to replace them with ones our children will remember as they grow up and become…

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How to Plan Your Children's Learning Based on Their Strengths
How to Plan Your Children’s Learning Based on Their Strengths

Oh this program looks so good!  And this one looks amazing!  I can’t wait to start this new science curriculum!  Are these words coming from my son?  Alas, no, they are coming from me (and lots of other mom’s I bet!).  We get starry-eyed looking at all the fantastic homeschool curriculum out there and can…

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I Run an Early Childhood Development Center
I Run an Early Childhood Development Center

So my title may be a little tongue in cheek here, but hear me out. All the hype these days starts them earlier, teach them more and you need a specialized place to do that. Children are beginning “preschool” or “early childhood development centers” sooner than ever before. This supposedly accelerates their learning and puts…

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Lifeschooling: Making Learning Count
Lifeschooling: Making Learning Count

Ok, let’s do a short quiz today… First question: how much math do you remember from school? Oh, that’s right, you only remember addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Why do you remember those? Yes, that’s correct. It’s because you use them all the time in everyday life. Second question: Have you learned more or less…

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