Many of us use a curriculum to teach math, but using literature to teach math can be a great teaching tool. I am continuing this math literature series with some of the best books to teach measurement. With my love for literature and math, it only makes sense to combine the two so I
Spring 2020 – the spring where graduations, birthday parties, and even a wedding or two took place via Zoom, if they happened at all. Online scavenger hunts and digital escape rooms became part of our vocabulary as did other strange terms like shelter in place and social distancing. The world is changing quickly, as
I have to admit that I am a HUGE Charlotte Mason fan in our homeschool! In fact, I’m completely CRAZY about this awesome way to teach your children. But I also know that when you first sit down and start reading it, your mind can become a bit bogged down, and it seems overwhelming!
“Pray for Me!” I have asked so many people over the years to pray for me. I have had prayer partners that have prayed for me daily. I have created lists and emails and texts saying “Pray for me!” Seasons of life change, and sometimes I have no one to pray for me. There
Congratulations! You have a student entering high school, and the next four years will be very important to your child’s success after graduation. As daunting as that seems, be encouraged because with intention, planning, and prayer the next four years can prepare your student for college, career, and a successful life! Below are eight
Now that homeschooling has hit the mainstream over the past few decades, families who choose to home educate are no longer considered abnormal—for the most part. Thanks to its growing popularity, many families have gone before us and have graced the Internet with a plethora of homeschool curriculum reviews that we can use at our
“I Can’t See Jesus!” Ever felt that way? I know I have. So many calling me, so much work to do, so many lessons to teach, so many babies to feed and raise. Some days I just wish I could have a moment and get a glimpse of Jesus. I know if I could
Most of us have experienced “those” seasons. The ones that leave us exhausted, shriveled up, and sometimes hopeless. Loss of a job, a big move, the death of a loved one, an extended illness, hospitalization, marital woes, or… a worldwide pandemic that leaves us closed up for months on end with only social media,