If your homeschool needs to change, chances are good that these three changes will make a huge difference. The good news is they lighten your load; they don't add to it. Want to read this article as a blog post? READ HERE or SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES or ON STITCHER Links Homeschool Sanity on Facebook Help Your Kids Increase Handwriting Speed How to Plan Your Homeschool Year Online Grammar Websites Free Grammar Games Podcast on Reluctant Homeschoolers with Rebecca Spooner I created Grammar Galaxy to make language arts fast, easy, and fun. I had to share what mom Elizabeth recently told me. She mentioned that their schooling had been a little off schedule because of a move. She wrote, “We got back on track yesterday and started Mission 8. Let me tell you, it's been fun, but my son lost his mind on this lesson! I have NEVER seen him laugh so hard during any lesson, for any subject since we started homeschooling. When the queen told Ellen, "I hate you" with tears in her eyes, he fell off his chair. He actually begged me to read the story to him again! I laughed equally hard at your instructions to try mixing up synonyms and antonyms at dinner (But [to] let your parents know what you are doing). Our 5 year old was so offended when he told me dinner was just terrible! You really did it. You truly made grammar fun. I didn't think it was possible but you obviously deserve some kind of medal! THANK YOU!” Have a happy homeschool week! What change will you make first? Let's chat about it on Facebook.