Christmas homeschooling

Christmas Homeschooling

In this post we will discuss Christmas homeschooling. Scroll to the bottom for the activity pages link. This post may include affiliate links. This is a unique time of year; one that seems overwhelming at times, especially if we are homeschooling. There are so many delightful distractions, aren’t … Read More…

Binge Learning for Homeschool Relief

Homeschool Binge Learning

In this post we will be discussing homeschool binge learning. Homeschooling can be a real drag at times. Usually, this is because we have traded in learning for schooling. “Schooling” is a tyrannical system in which the person is slave to the mechanism. It reduces human beings to … Read More…

Homeschooling with Little Children

In this blog post we will discuss homeschooling with little children. The first part will be about books and curriculum, the second will be about putting a program together. What a privilege it is to homeschool little children. Their enthusiasm and zest are contagious, something we need so … Read More…

The Truth About Preschool

The Truth About Preschool

In this post we will be discussing the truth about preschool. I have all kinds of caring moms asking me about preschool, or at least telling me how advanced their preschoolers are. This is very familiar to me, as I was in the same mindset with our first … Read More…

Tour Our Homeschool Book Stash for Teens

This post includes a video of part of our homeschool book stash for teens along with a detailed list of the titles showcased. A lot of you have asked me just what to do with teens. I totally understand that question! I mean, if you have kids who … Read More…

Cheap Homeschooling With Composition Books

This post is about cheap homeschooling with composition books. Don’t let lack of money keep you from homeschooling! Learning does not have to be complicated and expensive. If you have enough money to purchase some composition books, and basic school supplies, you’re in business! Besides a recent video … Read More…

A Fun Alternative to Workbooks for Homeschooling

Instead of using an expensive, complicated, tiring curriculum for history, geography, and literature, why not try something new? This post will be all about a fun alternative to workbooks: Notebooking! “Notebooking” is not in the spelling dictionary of my computer, so it is one of those concepts that … Read More…

Amazing U. S. History Resources For Homeschooling

History doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, if you homeschool, you can take advantage of the best, most interesting methods and materials around. In this post I am sharing 10 amazing U.S. History resources I have discovered that I hope will help you as you homeschool your … Read More…

Why you should read Shakespeare this Summer

Why You Should Read Shakespeare This Summer

It has come to my attention that Shakespeare has been “cancelled.” But I’m not so sure of that. After all, his plays have survived multiple wars, famines, plagues, world conquerors, fascism, communism and just about everything in-between. Like it or not, they are here to stay. In fact, … Read More…

Homeschool With Peace

All of us wish we could homeschool with peace. However, I know (personally) that we moms struggle to find tranquility within our homes. Besides battling with dyslexia and dyscalculia, we have to fend off surly replies, sighs, whining, and worse. Youngsters at home are comfortable, so they don’t … Read More…