The Incredible Secrets Of The Successful Homeschool Teacher

Home schooling can be such a wonderful thing, you get to provide the education and attention that your children deserve, as well as spend the majority of your day with them. An experience many mothers and fathers would love to… Continue Reading →

Our Favorite Read Alouds for Preschool and Kindergarten

This post contains affiliate links.  Your purchase through my link supports of my work here. I deeply appreciate that. A backbone of our family life and culture is reading aloud together.  I’ve been reading aloud to my kids since they… Continue Reading →

Make-a-State Activity from Home School in the Woods | Review

I blog about my homeschool family’s love of all things history related quite a bit.  My children’s experience with and attitude towards learning about the history of our world is entirely different from my own.  During my school years, history was… Continue Reading →

Making Margins: Saying NO to Over Scheduling

*This post contains affiliate links. When my oldest was just a toddler my husband, and I began to seriously discuss the homeschooling option. We even dared mention it out loud to a few close friends and family members.  The first… Continue Reading →

Great Summer Reading Ideas for Elementary Aged Boys

*This post contains affiliate links.  Thank you so much for supporting the work that I do and my family.  You can read my disclosure policy here. One of my biggest goals for my children’s education is that they grow up… Continue Reading →

6 Tips and LOTS of Resources for Frugal Homeschooling!

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for helping to support my blogging. A common comment I hear often is… “Oh, we could never afford to homeschool!” Or, “Isn’t homeschooling expensive?” When someone says this to me they mean a… Continue Reading →

Real Life Homeschooling: The Fear

I’m starting a series today called Real Life Homeschooling.  It seems every mom wants a glimpse of what other homeschooling families look like, hopefully not for a keeping up with the Jones’s type of comparison, but perhaps to help us… Continue Reading →

How to HOMESCHOOL from Apologia | Review

As a veteran homeschooling mom, many women families who are just embarking on the homeschool journey often come to me for advice and wisdom.  I have always wished I had something very concrete I could offer them.  Now I have… Continue Reading →

The Highs and Lows of Summer Homeschooling

I asked some fellow homeschool Mommy’s to share with me the highs and lows of their lives as mothers/teachers/wives and all of that good stuff!  Up first is Rebecca who blogs at Raventhreads.  Thank you Rebecca! When you start homeschooling, you… Continue Reading →

Do You Have What it Takes to Homeschool?

  Do you have what it takes to homeschool your children? There is no doubt that being solely responsible for your children’s entire education is a daunting idea.  The very notion can stir up so many emotions in a potential… Continue Reading →

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