Homeschooling is on the rise and so are people looking to connect with other like-minded homeschoolers. Many parents are on the search for other families with similar goals and interests in relation to their schooling choices to connect with.Read More
Author: Heather Vogler
When we look at the situation in Texas, we are faced with the reality that ultimately God is in control and the future is in His hands. We do not know what tomorrow holds for us, or for those we love. We see in situations like Hurricane Harvey that disaster can strike at any time and turn someone’s world upside down. So how do we respond?Read More
One homeschooling perk is that I do not have to worry about packing lunches for the kids each school day. Packing lunches drives me nuts. When we plan a day trip, picnic or long weekend away from home, I tend to get stressed out trying to figure out what I’m going to pack for lunches.Read More
We all have an idea in our minds about what a large homeschooling family looks like. I always thought if you have to drive a fifteen passenger van in order to fit your immediate family members into one vehicle, you are a large family.Read More
When I have little ones, under the age of two, people look at me and ask, “how in the world do you homeschool?!” Whenever my youngest has to nap, I focus on the older kids and we get their school done then. It’s when they start to get a bit older and the naptimes begin to dwindle, I need to start finding ways to keep them occupied.Read More
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