Reading through Scripture with your young children may seem like a daunting task, particularly when they’re young. If your young children are anything like mine, they are really wiggly and giggly and you wonder if they ever listen to what you’re saying.Read More
Author: Stacie S.
Us moms, we are different from our husbands in many ways, as it should be. Different tones of voice, different in stature, different in our mannerisms…..we bring different dynamics to the atmosphere of the home.Read More
Looking to fit more “school” into your day? Want to do more, but you can’t bear the thought of another class period? Maybe you have that one subject that is way down low on the totem pole, that you just never seem to get to, but you know you should? Or maybe you need a time to reinforce a few concepts or go over memory work.Read More
Often times when we read about what is necessary to begin homeschooling, much of the focus is on school supplies, school room set-up’s, curriculum choices and the like. While those things are important, I’d thought I’d approach this topic from the mental prep side. How can you mentally prepare for starting a homeschool?Read More
The Bible is an important part of my family’s life as it is the foundation of our faith in God. So, naturally, it is important in our homeschooling as well. While we do have a more in-depth, sincere Bible study time each day, I also wanted to incorporate a little fun in our Bible learning as well. I think taking the Bible seriously is an important thing to teach my kids. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t sprinkle a little fun in there to cultivate a love of learning God’s word. Here are a few things we do. “A...Read More
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