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Feeling Overwhelmed as a Mom with Easter?

Want to know a secret? I have an organizational secret weapon in my family & homeschool to reduce feeling overwhelmed as a mom at holidays. It’s called my vision or goal. For example, when it comes to celebrating Easter, I stay focused on my goal of keeping Jesus the center. When I keep my eyes… Continue Reading

How to Teach Money Management for Kids

How to Teach Money Management for Kids

If you’re like me, you spend hours upon hours teaching your kids academic subjects. But how much time do you spend teaching money management for kids? Money is the most often talked about subject in the Bible. Remember, eleven of Jesus’ 39 parables are about money. That’s almost one-third of Jesus’ parables. With the launch… Continue Reading

5 Strategies to Encourage a Love of Learning {Free Homeschooling Workshop}

5 Strategies to Encourage a Love of Learning {Free Homeschooling Workshop}

It’s Valentine’s month … the month of love. I’m not talking about romantic love, but a love of learning. If you’re like me, you want your kids to love learning for the rest of their lives, but you still question your homeschooling methods. Are you struggling to help your kids be successful & confident writers?… Continue Reading

Do Your Kids Love Learning? Here’s Help!

I don’t know about you, but my kids didn’t always love learning. They even complained about reading, writing and definitely ‘rithmetic. Fast forward to their adult lives and they all love to learn. They enjoy reading, writing and lots of other learning opportunities. How did they go from not loving learning as kids to …… Continue Reading

Football Unit Study

Football Unit Study

When we were homeschooling, I was always looking for topics my kids enjoyed and then use them to teach subject areas. Everyone in our family loves sports, so I often used football, basketball or baseball as the topic for reading, writing or math.  That’s one reason I wrote my Super Bowl Football Unit Study. With… Continue Reading

How to Be a Good Mom

How to Be a Good Mom

Recently I emailed y’all, asking to help a fellow homeschool mom.  You were incredible with your response on facebook on how to be a good mom by finding time for yourself. So incredible, that I want to move the conversation here to my blog.  I discovered that many homeschoolers are not on facebook.  They emailed… Continue Reading

Start School Right in 2019 – Free Homeschool Workshop

Start School Right in 2019 – Free Homeschool Workshop

Let me help you on How to Start Homeschooling Right in 2019! Are you wondering if you’re off to a good start this year?  Are you doing the right things to give your kids the best education possible? To help you … I’m hosting my FREE online workshop about how to start homeschooling right in… Continue Reading

Surviving Christmas in Your Homeschool with a Christmas Unit Study

Surviving Christmas in Your Homeschool with a Christmas Unit Study

One of the best pieces of advice I received the first year I homeschooled was to take a break during December. A friend of mine who had kids the same ages, but had homeschooled since Kindergarten, told me she “quits” formal homeschooling. What you might say? Quit homeschooling for a month. Well, not really! From… Continue Reading

How to Avoid Christmas Stress this Year

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a wild week. You name it, it’s gone wrong. In some ways it’s a comedy of errors. In other ways, I believe it’s the enemy trying to steal my peace. You may feel the same way trying to avoid Christmas stress right now. Since last weekend …. Continue Reading

Reformation Day Activities

Make history come alive with these Reformation Day activities. On Halloween, October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the church door and the Reformation came alive. After telling you a quick story about Martin Luther, Kerry shares some simple activities to help your kids love learning. In the comments, you’ll also find… Continue Reading