I had just come away from using public school for our daughters when we began our journey as homeschoolers. School was from 9 am to 3:30 pm, and then there was another hour or two of homework that had to be done–even in kindergarten. So when I heard all the talk about being finished with all homeschooling instruction by noon, that sounded great!Read More
Author: Stacie S.
Running a household is a full-time labor of love that never, ever ends. Someone will always need help, food will always need preparation, something will always require more cleaning… but don’t forget what’s most important: the people.Read More
How can we be compassionate followers of Christ, compassionate families for Christ? We don’t have to go very far; there are people everywhere that are hurting, that are lonely or need a helping hand.Read More
Many of us officially begin the start of the new homeschooling year sometime in the late summer/early fall. That means now is about the time that you’ll reach 100 days of schooling for the year. That means it’s time to celebrate!Read More
I think most every homeschooling mama has been there. You’ve found the perfect Science series for your daughters. It fits right in with your Classical education style, it goes along with the History period you’re studying, it has experiments and diagrams and has a good emphasis on scientific vocabulary. It was perfect…in theory….on paper.Read More
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