Do you find yourself stressing every day over keeping homeschool routines? Perhaps you’re new to homeschooling, and you’re not sure if you’re “doing it right.” Maybe the thought of keeping routines is preventing you from beginning your homeschool journey. While practicing certain routines in your homeschool can help cultivate learning, it can also leave
While you might think it is the norm for homeschoolers to take an extended break from school, many families are beginning to homeschool for summer break. Homeschooling during the summer can be fun! Here are five reasons to continue homeschooling for the summer. Keeps Learning Fresh Education is seen as a lifelong occurrence,
Hey Mama, Our God is an awesome God who always provides. Has He ever once left you? Are you not His? Just as you love your own dear children, He cherishes His, too. Daughter of the King: You are personally CHERISHED by the God of the universe. He has not forgotten you. The trials
Several years back, I wrote a blog post entitled “So You Wanna be Superwoman.” I’m looking at you, kid. When I was a young woman, newly married, I got to grow into my marriage and my adult life without the constant glare of social media. I still had expectations for myself based on others
“How do you know if homeschool is right for your child?” This is a question that I am often asked. Truth be told, I think people expect me to tell them that it is always the right choice for their child. It is almost as if they are asking my permission to homeschool or
With the whole world locking down because of the Coronavirus, it’s time for some creative nature study right in your own backyard! Here are some great ways to explore and enjoy nature that are simple, easy, and fun! Birds Birds are so beautiful. There are so many species to enjoy in any given
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