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

  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...]

Fall Bucket List for Homeschoolers

Check out these 25 ideas for the perfect fall bucket list for homeschoolers!

  Fall is my very favorite time of the year, for wardrobe, food, activities, and even homeschooling. The colors, multitude of seasonal activities, and changes make it a perfect topic for many homeschool studies or just a bit of fun. I have come up with a list of 25 … [Read more...]

Homeschooling – The Ultimate Escape Hatch

Homeschooling -- the Ultimate Escape Hatch.

I joke that the ONLY reason I homeschool my kids is so that I can winter in Florida. Of course like all good (and inappropriate) humor, there's a lot of truth buried within! For 5 of the past 6 winters that we've been in America, we've been fortunate enough to spend at … [Read more...]

Forge Unbreakable Family Bonds, Homeschool

Forge Unbreakable Family Bonds, HOMESCHOOL

My parents may have brought me into this world, wiped my bottom, funded the roof over my head, fed me occasional scraps, sewed the patches on all the hand-me-downs I wore, and generally loved me to death. BUT they failed in one regard - they failed to really bond with … [Read more...]