Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat! The weeks leading up to Christmas can often be full of hurried shopping and endless wrapping. Homeschool mom, have no fear, today is Homeschool Thursday, a day dedicated to showing homeschool moms, like you, with unbelievable gifts. That’s right the second annual Homeschool Thursday event is now… Read More Christmas came early, here’s $1,200!!
Today we have a special treat, a guest poster with a special free gift! Deborah Hanyon is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a graduate of Loma Linda University, School of Public Health (MPH). She worked for the WIC (Women, Infant, and Children) program for several years, and has homeschooled her 13-year-old son, who was diagnosed… Read More FREE Christmas Printable Project for Book Lovers
Families decide to homeschool for so many different reasons. It really is the most individualized education options there is. For us, we began homeschooling for mostly academic reasons. We had a vision of how we wanted our children to be educated and sought to build what we could not find anywhere else. Our time, though,… Read More Thankful that Family is the Heart of Our Homeschool
November is a time when we pause in America to count our blessings and give thanks. On Veteran’s Day, we give thanks for those who sacrifice to keep us safe and free. Then, on Thanksgiving, we thank God for our freedoms and bounty. One thing that our family is very thankful for is homeschooling–and it… Read More Why We Are Thankful that We Homeschool
The Raising Human Beans Gift Guide is here!! It is here!! Yay! And do you want to know what that means?? That means 3 things are about to happen. Thanksgiving Black Friday Christmas!!! The gift guide is separated into the following sections: Homeschool Girls Family Faith I am so happy to be apart of this… Read More The Ultimate Gift Guide is Here!
If there is one thing that every homeschooling mom can agree on, it’s the fact that we need encouragement. For some reason, attached to the title of being a homeschooling mom is the stigma of being super woman, super woman, or Perfect patty. This couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m a homeschooling… Read More Encouragement for Today’s Homeschooling Mom
If studying Shakespeare has your kids groaning in iambic pentameter (Shakespeare would be so proud!) consider a grand adventure of learning on location at stunning places in the UK to learn about Shakespeare. Grab your passport! Let’s go: Walk where Shakespeare was caught poaching deer in his youth. Sit in Shakespeare’s classroom. Can you find… Read More 21 Places in the UK to learn about Shakespeare.
Linking up with Kelly on this wintry Friday! Be sure to check out her very awesome, and sorely needed gift guide for special needs children! Last June I was offered an irresistible deal. If I agreed to give honest feedback, a coach would walk me through writing my first book! It has been a lifelong… Read More #7QT 7 Reasons I Took the Plunge
Have you ever created something–a meal, a craft, a home improvement project–stepped back and thought, how did I do this, it is simply amazing? That is where I am right now. Basking in the glory and wonder of what my efforts have produced. It has been quiet over here the past few weeks as I… Read More Introducing the System of Success
How Does Using Unit Studies Help The Teacher? I will just come out and say it. I. Love. Unit. Studies. My kids!! Love unit studies!! I haven’t met any one that doesn’t!! What is a Unit Study? In my post, The Importance of Unit Studies in Homeschool– I talk about the reasons I love… Read More Why Are Unit Studies a Homeschooler’s Best Friend?