A Little Blue Home
Hi! Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the internet. I’m Kandace. The mama behind A Little Blue Home; a place where I like to chat with you about homeschooling toddlers and living that simple life with family. My passion is helping other overwhelmed parents find the joy and peace of simple living. Let’s keep in touch!
There is a big push for early academics right now in society. I think when people hear people say they are homeschooling their pre-schoolers or “totschooling”, they automatically think of the more rigid learning of higher academics. I do not agree with pushing young children to learn in a formal environment. If you’ve been aroundContinue reading “What Homeschooling a 3 Year Old Actually Looks Like”
I’m going to be really honest here, 2020 is the best year I have had in a long time. The past two years were really rough on my family and I. By the end of 2019, I was tired and I was miserable. I was unhealthy and I was anxious all the time. Something inContinue reading “6 Things I’ve Done To Make My Life Easier”
I am probably one of the few people in the world who actually enjoy cleaning. Which is odd because I am not a naturally tidy person. Picking things up is not something that comes naturally to me. I had hoped that my untidiness is a trait that my daughter would not inherit if she constantlyContinue reading “How To Teach Your Toddler to Tidy”
Our first official year of preschool has begun! How did my tiny baby get old enough to be called a preschooler? This morning, I pulled out all of my homeschool bins, which desperately need to be organized, and started to put our school shelves together. I try to keep our materials minimal but I do loveContinue reading “Our Must Haves For Preschool at Home”
There is an uncertainty right now about what public schools will look like come Autumn. Pictures are swirling all over the internet of children in masks, teachers teaching in masks, desks stationed 6ft apart, temperature checks at the door, talksof an alternating schedule and more remote learning. It is a pretty scary thought to aContinue reading “Tips For Creating Your Perfect Curriculum”
Remember how I said we were going to take this month slow and not really do any actual school work? Yeah. That isn’t working out. Every time something I’ve ordered comes in, S runs to be the first to open the packages. She’s now under the impression all of our mail is for her andContinue reading “Our 5 Favourite Trays This Month”