Homeschool YOURSELF

It’s not just for your kids. Homeschool YOURSELF! Homeschooling is good for children, but it is oh, so important for the parents. This is the secondary plot in the story of its success. I know it is my story. I attended public schooling for 12 years. I was … Read More…

Homeschool for Cheap or Free Mega Post With Loads of Links and Printables

Here is the homeschool for cheap or free mega post with loads of links and printables Of course, the most important resources you will need you already possess: The Holy Spirit. I am hoping you have Him as Your Helper. I could not live without Him! He is … Read More…

How to Homeschool for Cheap or Free pt 1

Curriculum doesn’t have to be expensive to be excellent. In fact, using video and blog posts packed with meaty information I intend to show you how you can homeschool for cheap or free. I’m not kidding, folks! Most of modern education is not excellent. Public education doesn’t have … Read More…

What to do With Your Kids When They Are Not Homeschoooling

At the time of this post, homeschooling is the most common form of education in America (imagine that!). Fortunately, many are discovering how efficient learning at home really is. The question now is what to do with your kids when they are not homeschooling. I’m the mom of … Read More…

Relaxed Homeschool Record Keeping and a Giveaway

There are loads of homeschool planners available, but few meet the true needs of most homeschoolers. I’m the mom of 15 children, and I have to tell you that, no matter how well I have tried to plan, most of our learning has been spontaneous. This has left … Read More…

How to Homeschool with Confidence

Homeschooling is basically tutoring. It was the original form of education (look at it in Deuteronomy 6:10)                              If you take it down to its most basic, most effective essence, it is ORGANIC—it is as natural as breathing. THINK—if you taught your child to speak, talk, and potty train, … Read More…

Homeschooling With the McGuffey Readers and The Lesson Book

I struggled for years to find a solid language arts program that was both excellent and affordable. When I finally discovered the McGuffey readers it was almost too good to be true. There was something about the charm and wisdom of these books that put my heart at … Read More…

Socialization

Is “socialization” a real thing? Why are folks so concerned homeschoolers aren’t getting enough of it? These are the questions that beg answering. I’ve been homeschooling for a ton of years, and I’ve often been confused about exactly what this term’s definition. It can’t mean polite, considerate behavior … Read More…

Five Questions for a Homeschooling Mom of 15

I have been graciously invited by Lauren over at Whole Catholic Living to partake in a homeschool collab! Yours Truly has recorded a video (which you will find linked at the end of this post) along with a number of other wonderful homeschooling moms that will attempt to … Read More…

Autopilot Homeschooling

If you want to know a great secret for homeschooling huge amounts of children, read on. As a mom of 15, I understand the juggling routine when it comes to teaching multiple ages at the same time. Everyone told me to “combine subjects,” which helped a little bit, … Read More…