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You’ve decided to homeschool. Feeling strong in your decision, you Google “homeschool curriculum” and watch as the thousands of options scroll before your eyes. Overwhelmed, you find some Facebook groups and start asking questions. This new journey you’re on feels so right, yet
When I first started homeschooling, almost 20 yrs ago, there were many curricula out there. You could get boxed, everything done for you, unit studies, different methods such as Charlotte Mason, Classical and unschooling. You could even just go to Walmart and get workbooks for
So, by now you’re a few weeks into homeschooling. Most days there are tears, and not always from your kids. They won’t listen, you don’t know the subject matter very well, they’re fighting, complaining, and they still want to eat! All day!
Welcome to my homeschool math curriculum review! I have found probably the most underrated homeschool math curriculum in the homeschooling world: Christian Light Publication. I switched over from Math-U-See to this program when my 11 year old was in Kindergarten. I had one in high
In this episode of the podcast, we tackle the socialization question that is common among homeschoolers. I think it’s probably the number one question people ask me or have if they are considering homeschooling. I didn’t know what Ellianah thought about socialization in homeschooling until
We’ve made it to the final piece of this series on homeschooling highschool! I hope it has been helpful and informative! I appreciate you being here. So now let’s talk about homeschool high school transcripts and credit requirements. This is a task that is
High school. The thought of homeschool for high school can be one of doubt, striking dread and uncertainty in even the most seasoned homeschool mom. But it doesn’t have to be this way! You can homeschool for high school and be successful at
Welcome to the second post in my Homeschool High School Series! Let’s talk high school homeschool curriculum! In the homeschool world of curriculum, there is no shortage! You will find anything you need for any style of learning, personality, time or any other
Can you homeschool your teenager? Should you even try to homeschool high school? What about just starting in high school? The short answer to these questions is yes! Yes, you can homeschool your teenager and you should. You can start in highschool
Thank you for joining me today for this homeschool history curriculum review! I really appreciate you spending your time here. My last review was on Story of the World, another homeschool history curriculum. Once your children are too old for Story of the
We are using Memoria Press this year for our homeschool. This will be our third year using it and while it’s rigorous, it’s very much worth our time. If you’re curious about this curriculum, feel free to read my honest and thorough review right
When I first started homeschooling, 19 years ago, there were a lot of curriculum options. This was at the dawn of the internet age, when Napster was hot and chatrooms and AOL were the preferred methods of online communication. Back then, homeschooling had been around
There are so many different homeschool curriculum out there. It’s easy to get lost in all of the choices. Added to the plethora of choices are different styles: Classical Charlotte Mason Unschooling Delight Directed Literature Based Unit Studies Then you have
11 Savvy Things I Was Already Doing When the Coronavirus Pandemic Hit That Brought Me Unexpected Peace
I remember what I was doing when the coronavirus pandemic panic set in. I was on my couch, looking at Facebook. I saw friends posting about the toilet paper buying, posting pictures of lines, of people hoarding water and cleaning supplies. A small
Looking at my homeschool schedule, I feel confused. I want to be here, feel called to be on this journey, but I struggle with how to fit it all in. How can I do school, run to activities, grocery shop, do the dishes and
As I sit here in the early morning, watching the sun rise through my window, I think back through the almost two decades I have spent homeschooling my children. Eighteen years to be exact. So many years, yet they just zip by so quickly. In