EEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKK! That's my excited to announce sound. You're welcome for not recording it audibly. I am beyond excited to have finally made some progress in this passion project of mine that first became a twinkling of an inkling back in the summer of 2022. My prayer is that this planner becomes for you an indispensable … Continue reading My Passion Project: Homeschooling Planner
Lessons from the Garden & Updates
My oldest and I did a few things outside this morning because gardening season is upon us, and because sometimes, the best education is conversation. The whole time, he talked with me, asking me questions about Scripture, and noticing things in nature and relating that to God-- it was amazing. We added woodchips around the … Continue reading Lessons from the Garden & Updates
2021-2022 Homeschool Curriculum Picks
A hefty weight has lifted from my chest since purchasing and going through our curriculum for next school year. I had been praying about it for WEEKS and waiting for God's leadership and peace in my decisions. That looked like a lot of comparison shopping, and placement assessments, and whatnot. What finally gave me peace … Continue reading 2021-2022 Homeschool Curriculum Picks
Homeschool 101: What Is Deschooling?
https://m.theepochtimes.com/homeschool-101-what-is-deschooling_3425875.html This was a wonderful article and very encouraging to read. There is much more to education than a classroom.
Homeschool in the Summer
This will be our 3rd- wait, 2nd? No... 3rd- official summer doing homeschool. I decided after our first year which included teaching a preK pre reader curriculum and taking care of a 1 year old while pregnant with babe #3- yeah... That was a LOT- I decided to take a break from teaching lessons. Which … Continue reading Homeschool in the Summer
Distance Learning Isn’t Homeschooling
I read an article in the paper that really just made me sad. Mostly because I could empathize with the parents being written about. I worked as a 1:1 Teacher Assistant for high school students with autism for 2 years in North Carolina. Prior to that I had subbed for grades k-12 and the kids … Continue reading Distance Learning Isn’t Homeschooling
Real Life Homeschool Lesson
Let's be frank for a second- kids are oftentimes counterproductive. But, with clear instructions and guidance (at times I swear I'm a drill sergeant...) my kids can become my greatest asset. Instead of book work today for math, I brought them with me into farm mode and together we did some work for the chickens. … Continue reading Real Life Homeschool Lesson
Cultivating a Rich Thought Life with Children
Guys- I really miss having time to just sit and think. I've always been a writer; keeping various journals and diaries. I've saved numerous letter correspondences, specifically those from my husband's time at boot camp because they show the marked and rapid progression of faith in Christ at work in us during that time. Perhaps … Continue reading Cultivating a Rich Thought Life with Children
Teaching at Home vs. Teaching at School
I don't ever wanna hear another complaint from public school teachers about a "problem student" Having worked in public high schools, middle schools, elementary schools and pre-K, the challenges there just don't even stack up to the challenges of home educating your own children. 1) I bet public school teachers have never had their entire … Continue reading Teaching at Home vs. Teaching at School
Curriculum Shopping & Sanity Day
Some days, I'm on my game from the minute my feet hit the floor. Other days, the kids throw dirt in eachother's sweaty hair, effectively making a mud helmet, need baths before lunch, and then Mama kinda gives up around 4:30pm and decides to order pizza for dinner and watch Winnie the Pooh while she … Continue reading Curriculum Shopping & Sanity Day
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