Homeschooling growth through community

Growth through community involvement

The following is a guest post by Kassandra Brown of ParentCoaching.org. "A big wind blows…” My daughter is in the middle of a 30-person circle, holding one arm out as she turns slowly to look at all of us. “On all of those….” She smiles … [Continue reading]

Homeschool inspiration: The baking with boys edition

homeschool inspiration

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Elijah and I have been devoting time to his baking lessons weekly - I love seeing my boys work confidently in the kitchen Enjoy this week's homeschool … [Continue reading]

Things to do when you’re feeling discouraged as a homeschooler

Things to Do When You're Feeling Discouraged as a Homeschooler

The following is a post by contributor Angie Kauffman of Real Life at Home. Homeschooling is such an amazing educational and lifestyle choice. The benefits of it are plentiful, and often get touted by homeschoolers. There's another side to … [Continue reading]

At the heart of homeschooling

At the heart of homeschooling

Written by Jena Borah of Yarns of the Heart When we began homeschooling,  I was very idealistic. My kids were going to enjoy their childhood, nurture their love of learning, and be free from school stress. They would grow up to be emotionally … [Continue reading]

60 TV shows recommended for ages 8-12 (with a printable chart)

60 TV shows for ages 8-12

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom After a decade of use and about a year of saving, Steve and I finally entered the 21st … [Continue reading]

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