2:1 Conference Giveaways – Thank You

The 2:1 Conference is an annual event for Christian homeschool bloggers. It’s unique because it’s small enough to create a community and large enough to expand our blogs. I was thrilled to be among the sponsors, along with Melinda Martin Publishing and Design Service, of the conference. It was so much fun Read More ….

Read the Classics? It doesn’t have to be dull

Too often “the classics” of literature are considered too old and too difficult for our children to tackle. As our kids’ teachers, we try to put on a happy face and tell them they’ll love it. If we’re honest with ourselves and our children, we have to admit we used Read More ….

High School at Home: Help is here

Like the socialization question, some doubts about homeschooling continue in spite of the evidence that they are false fears. One such doubt is high school at home. Four decades of homeschooled students graduating from high school and succeeding in college, business, and other areas has not changed the view. To Read More ….

Let your child lead

Three-year-old Rosie brought a handful of rocks from the driveway in the house. She carefully placed these ordinary pieces of gravel on the bookshelf. This was the beginning of her rock collection. At three years old, there was little pattern or reason to her collection or how she displayed it. Read More ….

$250 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

This post contains affiliate links. Congratulations to Becky Liscombe, the winner of the gift card. Merry Christmas, Homeschool Mom!! Today, we’re kicking off a week of Homeschool Giveaways in a BIG way. After polling thousands of homeschool moms to find out what they really wanted for Christmas, I still couldn’t decide Read More ….

Poetry – Have no fear

This post contains affiliate links. I enjoy poetry. I wanted my children to enjoy poetry. Sadly, I never really learned to write lovely verses and, consequently, I don’t think I did an adequate job of teaching my children. When the opportunity came to take a look at Grammar of Poetry from Read More ….