Avery’s Battlefield is a sweet historical novel for middle school students. The story follows two years in the life of Avery, a young teen boy, during the Civil War. This book would be a great way to introduce kids to that tumultuous time in American history.
In The Unschool Challenge, Elvis provides short essays on various topics related to unschooling and then she provides challenges for readers to do. This is a pick and choose sort of book. You don’t need to read it in order. You can select which topics interest you and learn more about them, pursue some of the challenges, and incorporate what you feel is valuable into your homeschooling life.
People often ask us why we educate our kids at home, and today’s guest, veteran homeschool mom and entrepreneur, Kerri Davison, will share some of the most important Advantages of Homeschooling vs. Brick-and-Mortar School.
A new set of books on “God’s Superheroes” by Mary Bajda is designed to appeal to ages eight through teens and encourages young people to use their own gifts in service to God and others.
I start to read and I wonder if anyone is even paying attention. But then we pause to comment on a character or a setting or a plot twist, and I know that reading aloud is one of the most valuable times in our day.
June 9-10, 2023 Online Catholic Homeschool Conference
Just as religious orders have done for centuries, building an intentional way of life that is deeply rooted in prayer and virtue is a powerful way for our families to live. One of my favorite moms, Ginny Kochis, is here to talk about having A Rule of Life for Teens!