Posted in English Practical Tips Writing

How Fifteen Minutes a Day Can Change Your Child’s Life

I’ve taught literature for local homeschool co-ops for more than a decade now. During this time I’ve witnessed, up close, an extraordinary number of families who value…

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Posted in Practical Tips

The Joy of Reading Aloud

“My papa is dead!” she kept whispering to herself. “My papa is dead!” As I read these lines from A Little Princess, my six-year-old daughter…

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Posted in Math Resources

Finding Math in Literature

I majored in applied mathematics in college, yet it wasn’t until I became a homeschooling mother that I discovered math in literature. I’d like to…

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life Why We Homeschool

What About Socialization? The Moral Child is the Socialized Child

You’ve decided to make the leap and homeschool next school year. You’ve found support from some friends and family, and you’ve found others who are…

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Posted in Practical Tips Unschooling

How to Think Like An Unschooler

No matter our “homeschool style,” most of us center our homeschool on our children. Our common goal is to graduate children who are prepared for…

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Posted in Practical Tips Resources

Planning Your Homeschool Year

It’s that time of year again. That time when we’re getting ready to put the current year behind us and start thinking about the next…

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Posted in Book Reviews Eclectic

NEW Free eBook for Catholic Homeschool Families

Yes, there’s a new Catholic homeschool book in town. Though, really, it would be great for any family with school-age children. I’ve always said “We’re…

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