To Print or Not to Print: And How I Answered that Question

We're a techie family. We use tons of online resources and I have lots of digital curriculum. So, how do I decide what to print?

You probably know that we’re a big techie family around here. We’re big into Digital Schooling and love to use technology like our Kindle Fire tablets as an integral part of homeschooling. And, while a completely paperless homeschool might seem like a great idea, it’s not always possible or even ideal. Keep reading to find […]

Add Some Fire to Your Homeschool: Kindle Fire as a Homeschool Tool

Have you considered getting your homeschool students Kindle Fire tablets? You might be surprised at they ways they can be used as tools in the homeschool!

You may know that around here, we’re a family that loves digital. My four oldest kids have Chromebooks and they get their school assignments via blog post. We’ve used Nooks for a while, which are lovely devices but are simply eReaders – no extras. {This post contains affiliate links – see disclosure. Thanks for supporting HSWOTW.} […]

Sing for your School: Set Your Morning Time to Music!

Want to keep morning time fun and simple for your little people? Sing the things you want to learn. Check out this list of music for morning time!

You may have read about our Digital Morning Time.  Before that phase (and before we even knew that “Morning Time” or “Your Morning Basket” was a thing) we had daily “Singing Time”.  I definitely won’t be the next American Idol, but I do love to sing with my children.  Before most of them were even […]

Is Digital Dangerous? 3 Common Concerns

With the rise of the use of digital technology in education come new fears and concerns. Is digital dangerous? Let's apply some common sense.

Every generation of parents has its share of challenges and concerns. Our current generation is facing increasing concerns about the amount of time our children spend on electronic devices.  While digital tools can pose a challenge in parenting and require careful use, I’d like to suggest that they do not pose a unique parenting challenge. […]