Do you ever worry that you aren’t qualified to teach your children? I mean what do YOU know of educational testing and achievement? Educational testing, oh that phrase gets under my skin. Testing has nothing to do with education…that’s another post, though. What qualifies you to teach your child? The fact that you have been… Read More Making Learning Fun for All Ages
As homeschooling parents, we want everything to be just right. We spend endless hours researching supplements for our history study, choosing art supplies, organizing the school space, planning our school schedule and day format. As a homeschooling mom of four, I know that I begin planning for the next year, just days after the… Read More Five Reasons to Get Out of Your Homeschool Classroom
It has been a warm couple days after what seems like weeks of heavy rain. The garden is a jungle and the grass is growing quickly. However, Fall really is here! You can hear it in the way the leave rustle and the endless chirps of crickets. Fall always seems to creep up on me…a… Read More What’s on Your Fall Bucket List?
Deciding to homeschool took my husband and I six years. We honestly began thinking about it the moment our daughter was born. We read and we researched, we thought and prayed. Both of us are former teachers, so we knew what we did and didn’t want for our children’s education, but it was still hard… Read More What If Your Family Doesn’t Support Homeschooling?
Summer is unofficially here! At our home, school is already out. The advantage of homeschooling is we set our own schedules and I like to have June off–well kind of. When the children were younger, this truly was a month off, however it seems the older they get the more activities and social events keep… Read More #7QT Fun Ways to Keep Learning over The Summer
SoSo, I have been following these posts and enjoying a glimpse into what it really means to homeschool. It’s relieving that most don’t look like the polished books and pamphlets but more life real life. When an opportunity came up to share my own, I decided to jump at the chance. It may not be… Read More A Day in the Life: Homeschooling with a 13, 9, 4, and 1 year old
I am jumping on here quickly to wish everyone a happy St Valentine’s Day. Little Lady is asleep in her swing and I have lots to do but, I wanted to give you a peak at our annual tea. A simple one this year because of time and money constraints but everyone enjoyed it… Read More Happy St Valentine’s Day!!
So, it’s been awhile, huh? I never planned on taking such a long break but such is life. I really wanted to share these last week, but missed the link-up. I’m linking up with Kelly, who has some fantastic news, for #7QT 1 This little lady was baptized on January 22nd. It was, coincidentally,… Read More Little Lady’s Baptism in #7QT
This is the first part of a new series on teaching vocations. I hope that this will help you in your walk of faith and in helping your children find God’s Call for their lives. Thank you. In the Beginning The family is the very core of Creation. In the beginning, the LORD, Our Father,… Read More Teaching Vocations through Family Part 1