My Top 10 Homeschool Resources I Wouldn’t Teach Without

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Most homeschool moms think about purchasing curriculum for just the year they are teaching, but some of my best resources for teaching aren’t curriculum. In my 15 years of homeschooling, I have been able to invest in some of the best resources that I could find that fit our beliefs, our homeschooling philosophy and enriched […]

7 Ways to Involve Dad in Your Homeschool

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Last year, I was coordinating our local graduation and I had a conversation with a mom that still rings in my mind.  I was asking if her husband had arrived yet, to line up for the processional and her words to me, shocked and saddened me deeply. With a face full of pride, she replied, […]

7 Ways a Mom Can Waste a Homeschool Year

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In my 15 years of homeschooling, I look back and see that two of my homeschool years were not as productive as they should have been. One of those years, our fourth son was born with Tracheomalacia in the middle of December, the rest of our year was wasted.  I was only getting 2 hours […]

7 Ways to Prepare for High School at Home

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For many homeschooling moms, high school just sends them running.  Many fear that they aren’t equipped to teach high school from home, but from my experience the saying ‘knowledge is power’ is true for this situation as well. We have graduated two of our children using the Charlotte Mason method all the way through high […]

7 Ways to Transition Your Homeschool into Middle School

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As our children grow, our confidence in homeschooling them begins to shaken.  There is a shift that happens at the end of elementary and that shift is adolescences.  A few things happens to a child during this time beyond the changes in hormones that most parents overlook or take for granted in their education. As […]

7 Ways to Homeschool a Child that Hates School

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Most families has at least one child who hates school at some level.  I know that I did!  My second child struggled with learning to read and because of that his self-confidence struggled and his attitude was challenging on some days.  I knew my son was smart and capable of overcoming his challenges but I […]

7 Ways to Prepare for Preschool at Home

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In my fifteen years of homeschooling, my biggest challenge has always been keeping the toddlers and preschoolers busy while I homeschooled the older children.  If you have more than one child, you can relate but may still need help learning what to do with this sweet children. My solution was preschool at home. Please do not […]

7 Ways to Prepare as a Homeschool Mom

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Often times, I hear homeschool moms talking about their children’s homeschool plans, what curriculum they will be using and what activities they will be doing. You know what I mean, because you most likely do the same thing, right? Have you ever heard you or your homeschooling friends talk about what they are doing to […]

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