I have been looking for a bible study to do with my kids for years. I haven’t found one that fit exactly what I was looking for… so I created my own. And I’m going to share it with you, for free!
The thing that has made me stress the most over the years of doing this has been going from homeschooling just one child to homeschooling two kids at the same time. But, then, we added a baby into the mix, too. How on Earth do you homeschool with a baby in the house?!
We are in our sixth year of homeschooling. I can’t believe that we’ve been doing this for as long as we have, and that homeschooling has made us all grow so much as a family. Here is a glimpse into our homeschool journey. Read more
My kids change so much every year! It’s inevitable. I look back through their work and their pictures and think, “How did they get so big?!” each and every time. Using a beginning of school year interview is such a sweet way to document these changes!
This math is, hands down, the best homeschool math curriculum of all time. We’ve tried a hand full of others and keep going back to this. Why is this math curriculum so much better than the others? Read more
What better way to kick off the new school year than with a party! It has become a tradition for us to do a back to homeschool party breakfast, and we are all equally as excited about it each and every year. Read more
You’ve made the decision to start homeschooling. Whether you’re taking your kiddo out of a brick and mortar school, or you’re beginning with your preschooler or kindergartener, starting the homeschool journey can seem overwhelming! Here are six tips to get you started on the right foot.
I feel like I’m asked the same question by every new person I meet when they find out we homeschool. “What kind of curriculum do you use in your homeschool?” The type of curriculum we use is a reflection on the method of homeschooling we do. So, what are the different homeschooling methods?
We LOVE the Who Was/ What Was book series! We own too many to even count. Last year, we used these books for American History and is was so-much-fun!
Do you need a homeschool room? When you first start homeschooling, you may have a lot of questions about how to set a space for your homeschool up. Let’s go through your options on why you may want, or not want, a homeschool room. Read more