Free time in the homeschool is an art. One worth pursuing. It’s a long forgotten yet invaluable rhythm of education and is truly one of homeschooling’s best kept secrets. Not only is it necessary to understand the importance of free time, you need to know how to implement it into your homeschool day. Leisure was… Continue reading How to Cultivate the Art of Free Time in Your Homeschool
The one thing our family did right in our homeschool was to employ Charlotte Mason’s methodologies. As a veteran homeschool mom, I can say this with confidence because I see in my adult children today that same love for learning that was cultivated early in our homeschool—a love for learning that has carried them through their… Continue reading How to Incorporate Narration into Your Homeschool
The thought of homeschooling can seem overwhelming at first. But like everything, if you take it one day at a time, you’ll find the reward far outweighs the sacrifice. In fact, you’ll discover homeschooling was not a sacrifice at all, but an investment. An investment in your family, your children’s character and your life. Is it hard?… Continue reading Homeschooling
Why Choose My Science Books to Educate Your Children? Not only are they the number one rated science curricula on the market, they will give your children a genuine love for science and a love for learning. My Apologia Science Story: In the beginning, as I frantically thrust myself into the world of homeschooling, my… Continue reading Homeschool Science
Many of you who have gone on to graduate a homeschooler have moments of nostalgia that make you stop and sigh. I call this phenomenon “homeschool nostalgia.” I had one such moment while watching a Youstream video of my daughter dancing in the Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen pageant. I watched the video and reminisced. Not… Continue reading Homeschool Nostalgia
Wondering how to homeschool? Just starting out and not sure where to begin? You’re not alone! For me, the hardest part was figuring out exactly what I needed to teach my child. What subjects were required for a homeschool education? What year should I teach each subject? Well, I found out it’s a lot simpler… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 3: What Do I Teach and When?
There are various homeschool methods and philosophies people use when educating their children. Some choose one and follow it all the way through, while others mix and match depending on what they want to accomplish. Still, some homeschoolers begin with one then change their methodologies as the years wear on and they begin to understand… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 2: Homeschool Methods
The thought of homeschooling can seem overwhelming at first. But like everything, if you take it one day at a time, you’ll find the reward far outweighs the sacrifice. In fact, you’ll discover homeschooling was not a sacrifice at all, but an investment. An investment in your family, your children’s character, and your life. Is it… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 1: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool
There are several philosophies and methodologies that homeschoolers use when educating their children. Some people choose one and follow it all the way through, others mix and match depending on what they want to accomplish, still others begin with one then change their methodologies as the years wear on and they begin to understand more… Continue reading Homeschool Methodologies
Despite what many might believe, a vast majority of homeschooled children say they have plenty of opportunities for socialization with other children and, as adults, come to excel in all measured areas of adult life, according to a new study. In short, homeschooling works! Study: Home-Schooled Children Excel as Adults Mon, Dec. 28, 2009… Continue reading Homeschooling Works!