Paper and Mind, Or What I’m Reading Lately

A collection of interesting reads from around the web. Charlotte Mason, homeschooling, etc. hsbapost.com

Okay, I will just fess up- I bookmarked these back in August! But my summer -and apparently Fall!-was busy. The very last two are newer. The mind clearing magic of Japan's pen-and-paper "planner culture"- Say it with me: "Bullet-Journal" Really, we are always trying to find … [Read more...]

Homeschooling and the Holidays: Finding a Way to Balance it All

Finding balance homeschooling through the holidays

  When I was a young homeschool mom, the beginning of November struck me with dread. Thinking of all the holiday happenings that were about to begin made me break out into a cold sweat. Parties for the family, parties involving the kids, extended family events, our own … [Read more...]

3 Steps to a Biblical Education

Want to have a Biblical basis for your homeschool? Read part 4 in the Restoring the Ruins, Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education at hsbapost.com

  Guest post by Susan of Successful Homeschool Mom Series: Restoring the Ruins – Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education, Part 4 A Biblical education is focused on raising children who know God. In part 1 we learned we are to use all of the various strengths and … [Read more...]

The Many Ways Children are Gifted for Learning (Part 3 of Restoring the Ruins, Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education)

Each child has a unique learning style, designed by God. Read more about how it all works together in this series. hsbapost.com

  Guest post by Susan of Successful Homeschool Mom Part 3 of Restoring the Ruins, Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education Part 2 can be found here   The Many Ways Children are Gifted for Learning My young friend Brian is smart. But not according to … [Read more...]

The Spark of God in Every Child (Part 2 of Restoring the Ruins, Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education)

Restoring the Ruins: Rebuilding a Biblical Model of Education is a 4-part series at The Homeschool Post.

  Guest post by Susan of Successful Homeschool Mom   Part 1 can be found here When we first started homeschooling I was sure my daughter would be academically advanced. I did well in school so of course my daughter would too, right? I set up a little … [Read more...]