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Can You Teach Math From the Bible?

Can You Teach Math From the Bible?

I am not a fan of math. Oh, it’s not so bad in the early years of homeschooling [...]


Choose Surrender Over Strategy

Choose Surrender Over Strategy

Homeschooling is not something we strategize. It is something we surrender. If you are a homeschooler, chances are [...]


There Is No “U” in Homeschool

There Is No “U” in Homeschool

Homeschooling is not about you. Never was. Most days you think YOU aren’t doing it right, YOU are [...]


Homeschool Resolutions for the New Year

Homeschool Resolutions for the New Year

Our Homeschool Goals 1. I will let God lead my homeschool. I will not try and do any [...]


He Sees

He Sees

There are those days…oh, so many of them. At the end of the day I am a tired [...]


Homeschooling Multiple Ages

Homeschooling Multiple Ages

Homeschooling multiple ages does not have to be a scary endeavor. One of the most frequently asked questions [...]


Homeschool Messes

Homeschool Messes

Sometimes I look around my house during the day and think, “What if someone unexpectedly stopped in right [...]


The Challenge of Homeschool Togetherness

The Challenge of Homeschool Togetherness

Homeschooling families can be unique in the sense that they are together — a lot. Pretty much all [...]


Homeschool & Fine Arts: a Winning Combination

Homeschool & Fine Arts: a Winning Combination

Looking back to when I first began homeschooling, I can hardly believe all that has transpired. I remember [...]


Homeschool Freedom – Real Life Learning

Homeschool Freedom – Real Life Learning

When I first began to homeschool, I discovered a joy I never expected. There is so much freedom [...]


5 Tips for New Homeschool Parents

5 Tips for New Homeschool Parents

Looking back over the years there is so much I have learned on this journey called “homeschooling.” So [...]


Homeschool Mama Fog

Homeschool Mama Fog

Do you ever find yourself just so unclear, homeschool mama? Your mind is so filled with information that [...]


Letting Them Be Who God Created Them to Be

Letting Them Be Who God Created Them to Be

Today I was blow drying my daughter’s hair. It was so relaxing…the dryer drowning out the background noise [...]


Just One Year

Just One Year

Just one year. Remember those words? Did you say them, too? We started out that first year of [...]


Homeschooling through Tough Times

Homeschooling through Tough Times

We’ve been homeschooling for seven years, and throughout that time we have seen many ups and downs. This [...]


Consider it Joy

Consider it Joy

As homeschooling moms we face trials often. (Do I venture to say, daily?) While we revel in the [...]


Random Acts of Christmas Kindness–A Lesson in Service

Random Acts of Christmas Kindness–A Lesson in Service

Last year, after reading an article about random acts of kindness, I decided to begin a tradition with [...]


The Glorification of Busy

The Glorification of Busy

It seems the pendulum has swung in the age-old homeschooling question, “What about socialization?” Homeschoolers these days have [...]


Fill ‘er Up!

Fill ‘er Up!

What are you filling your homeschool with? Is it lots of books? Craft supplies galore? Great literature? Hands [...]


Life Is a Classroom!

Life Is a Classroom!

Life is a classroom. Life is what we are preparing our children for. What better way to learn [...]


All Together Now!

All Together Now!

Some of the things that I love about homeschooling are the simplest things. Our life may seem busy [...]


What Homeschooling Has Taught Me

What Homeschooling Has Taught Me

When I first began homeschooling I had no idea that I would be learning right alongside my children. [...]


Only by His Strength

Only by His Strength

I am the most unlikely of homeschoolers. No really, I am the very last person anyone would have [...]


We Are Roadschooling!

We Are Roadschooling!

It has always been our family’s dream to travel the country in an RV while turning the whole [...]


Let God Lead

Let God Lead

Seven years ago, I was a terrified mom about to enroll her first child into kindergarten. Walking into [...]