Weekend links

weekend links

Need a hint of spring, anyone?! Mid-year homeschool tweaks :: From contributor Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy German homeschool family will not be deported from US :: BBC News A Well-Trained Mind - Podcast with Susan Wise Bauer :: The Art of … [Continue reading]

Emphasizing beauty in your homeschool

Emphasizing beauty in your homeschool

The following is a guest post written by Hannah Vanderpool of Praying with One Eye Open. Let’s face it: Life is hard regardless of where one lives, and humans have a tendency to focus on what is wrong in the world. When my family and I moved … [Continue reading]

What to consider when you’re considering a homeschool co-op

What to consider when you are considering a homeschooling co-op

The following is a post by contributor Kara Anderson of Quill and Camera. Before my son was born, I’m not sure I had ever heard the word "co-op." It speaks to the weird loner-joiner vibe that can hit new mothers, I think, that by the time my … [Continue reading]

Uncovering my own pride and prejudice

Uncovering my own pride and prejudice ~SimpleHomeschool.net

Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom “There is, I believe, in every disposition a tendency to some particular evil, a natural defect, which not even the best education can overcome." "And your … [Continue reading]

Weekend links

weekend links

We had such a special time hanging out with the Oxenreider family last weekend--watching our kids build snow forts together, taking walks, chatting over a meal - an awesome day! 16 middle school homeschool blogs you should be following :: From … [Continue reading]

Seeds and saplings

Seeds and saplings

The following is a guest post written by Annie Reneau of Motherhood and More. “We can think of ourselves not as teachers but as gardeners. A gardener does not 'grow' flowers; he tries to give them what he thinks they need and they grow by … [Continue reading]

Embracing a credit based system for high school

Tips for transitioning to a credit-based homeschooling system

The following post is written by contributor Cheryl Pitt of CherylPitt.com. Homeschooling high school often marks a big transition in the way we homeschool our children. They go from babes at Mama's feet to independent, self-directed learners. … [Continue reading]

get glowing phytoceramides with lipowheat side effects where can i get nespresso capsules skin vitamins how to fake a facelift