Hey Mama, You got through Monday. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad mama” syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient and your kids so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good they see the crud sometimes. They are experiencing real life.
Tears filled my eyes as I stood watching my son. He threw his paper on the floor and curled his body in a ball. Our choice of curriculum worked academically and was a perfect fit. Or so it seemed. Fighting and attitudes were the norm in our school. My daughter trembled as she fumbled
Do you find yourself suddenly at home with younger children and wonder what to do to keep them entertained as well as educated? Though the idea of teaching your child might seem daunting, you don’t have to go it alone. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has put together a list of activities—one for each day of the month—for you
When the recent pandemic was reported, a heightened sense of anxiety seemed to radiate everywhere, including our homeschool. It is times like these that we must be especially proactive in order to prevent that anxiety from overwhelming us and causing chaos in our homes. Here are five tips to promote a peaceful homeschool. PrayBegin
Like many home-schooling families, you probably chose this path to foster your child’s faith and godliness. Nurturing Christian character is undoubtedly a high priority but can sometimes get lost among curricula, academics, and everyday life. Here’s some ways to intentionally develop your student’s personal character. But first, let’s briefly recap what the Bible says
Have you recently found yourself at home with older children, unsure of what to do to continue their education? The thought of teaching middle school and high school level material may seem overwhelming, but don’t worry! You are not alone. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has put together a month of suggestions (one per day) for you to complete
When parents begin pulling out their hair because summer has arrived and their kids are going bonkers, it is most likely because no structure has been put into place. Some families are more structured than others. While some may have walls and walls of charts and checkoff lists to keep everyone in line, other
Hey Mama, I have a bunch of kids. We are the “Zoo on Wheels,” I like to say. We went to the circus a while ago –“Zoo meets Circus.” It was fun … and chaotic. After being a mama for thirty years, there have been lots of things my kids have said that have