We live together and school together. Learning as we go. Do I think homeschooling is for everyone? Nope! But I do know that it is for my family!Read More
The end of year is a signal for many homeschool households to either administer a standardized test or have their portfolio reviewed. But, how about an evaluation done by the parents of the previous school year itself?Read More
I have Bible study in the morning, the kids have co-op in the afternoon, and then they have AWANA at church in the evening. Since I know there are so many others in the same boat, and sometimes even more days of the week than us, I want to share with you some of our favorite quick crock pot meals for families on the go!Read More
Shape your homeschool to your child and not the other way around. A wise woman once told me, “Fold ’em the way they’re bent!” in regards to homeschooling. What does that mean and how does it relate to homeschooling?Read More
My family loves playing games. We are not too much into technology but more board games and sport games. We try to have a “Game Night” a couple times a month but I have been thinking how much fun it would be to have a weekly “Game Night”.Read More
If you have a houseful of children at different ages and stages of development, you might be asking yourself how you can meet each of their educational needs. Here are a three tips for steering an age diverse classroom.Read More
Grace is an overused term that can be abused. We see it abused when someone with a destructive lifestyle refuses to change. Just because something is abused doesn’t mean we dismiss it altogether. Grace is real. It’s powerful and, it’s Biblical.Read More
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