If you’re looking for slightly scary and sometimes funny reads about wizards and witches, then this is the book list for you! These would be perfect reads for Halloween! The Witches by Dahl Archibald Finch and the Lost Witches The Little Leftover Witch Little Witch by Bennett The Witch Family The Worst Witch The LittleRead more
Last week I debunked 4 surprisingly common homeschool myths. Today we’re going to tackle 3 more myths that cripple many homeschool parents. These strike fear into a homeschool mom’s heart and leave her feeling inadequate. These 3 myths are often the reason that homeschooling families throw in the towel and quit. Have you ever hadRead more
All homeschool moms, the potential homeschooler, the new homeschooler, and the seasoned homeschooler, all face down those fears that creep into their journey.
Let’s tackle a few of the most common myths and combat them with a little truth.
Every year I say I will use a literature program in our homeschool. And every year this topic gets overlooked in favor of math, grammar, writing, history, or science. This summer I was determined to do a fun literature study with all of my kids as part of a group study. I chose Readers inRead more
Homeschooling is a little bit like a marriage. It’s a huge commitment. Sure, you could always jump ship and send your kids to a school. But for many homeschoolers, that’s not an option. We’re here for the long-haul. We’ve been called to homeschool and we’re committed. And I do think that’s one of the firstRead more
The only way I’ve found to manage the chaos surrounding me is to have a daily schedule.
Raise your hand if your child loves grammar! Please note that my hand is not raised. How can I, someone who loves grammar, have a houseful of kids who dread the very thought of doing grammar lessons? Well, I’ve discovered a new grammar curriculum that takes a lot of the pain and whining right outRead more
One of the favorite subjects in our homeschool is logic. From the time my kids are in Kindergarten, we do fun logic workbooks together. Then, once they reach middle school, we begin studying informal logic. It’s important that I find a logic program written from a Christian worldview. So I was thrilled when Master BooksRead more
Every year that I have a child in the 4th grade, I want to throw in the towel. Nothing makes me want to quit homeschooling quite like having a 4th grade student in my homeschool.
Over the summer, our church offered some Biblical apologetics classes. My husband and I were excited to be able to attend one of them. Wow! There were so many things that I didn’t know and that I had not studied. It was such an excellent class that encouraged me to dive more deeply into theRead more