Hey Mama, One of the best ways to make learning history exciting is to experience it. If you take a lot of trips like we do, you can visit historic places. Some people like to dress up and act out history. Others enjoy reading fiction and non-fiction books about the past. Whatever you do, ditch the
Hey Mama, Homeschool conventions can be overwhelming, but there’s nothing quite like being able to touch and examine curriculum as you decide what will work for your kids. The best parts of a convention, though, are meeting new friends, attending workshops, and the vibe of thousands of homeschool families all in one place. Not sure
Mother’s Day is almost here, and your husband and kids will be asking what to get you for Mother’s Day. No, it’s not wrong to give them ideas. Men and children can be at a loss on how to bless their precious homeschool mom. And guess what? They cannot read your mind. It’s not fair
I homeschool full time. I work full time. I pray for wisdom all the time. There are two things that we keep in mind as I work from home and also homeschool. They are. . . Family First My family must always come first; so I must often set aside the business that is calling my name to deal

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