Posted in Lesson Plans / Ideas Resources

Resources for Teaching Poetry

April is National Poetry Month which makes it a great time of year to add some poetry lessons into your homeschool. #poetry #homeschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Passion Story from a New Perspective

The Master’s Calling by Amber Schamel offers the Passion Story from a New Perspective

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin featured in New Vision Book

The Martins are best known as the parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, a doctor of the Church known for her Little Way of holiness, but Louis and Zélie are saints in their own right.

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Posted in Practical Tips

What About Socialization?

If you’re new to homeschooling, you’re probably getting asked a question that veteran homeschoolers find very familiar. Today, Maureen Wittmann is here with very smart and very reassuring responses to the question, “But what about socialization?!”

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

Homeschooling One: The Blessings and Challenges

What is it like to homeschool one child? We discuss the blessings and challenges.

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Posted in Book Reviews High School

Treasures: Visible & Invisible

Eight stories for teens tied together by a shamrock-shaped stone that St. Patrick found. #CatholicFiction #Teens

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Posted in Book Reviews

Answering God’s Call

Teen Eve Donahue’s lonely existence changes in an instant when visions of a mysterious stranger haunt her. Certain God is calling her for a mission, she bravely says yes and begins her quest to meet this young man.

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Posted in Art Book Reviews

Easy Art History Based Projects

Looking for an easy way to incorporate art history and art into your homeschool? #art #homeschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews High School Social Studies / History

The Singer and the Sailor

Therese Boucher provides a poignant portrait of early 20th century life for Catholic French-Canadian immigrants in central Massachusetts in The Singer and the Sailor.

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Posted in Practical Tips

How to Survive the February Homeschool Funk

Despite being the shortest month, February is the bane of most homeschooler’s year. Here is how to survive! #homeschooling #February

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