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Martin Luther King Jr for Kids

Martin Luther King Jr for Kids

Next Monday we celebrate MLK Day. Looking for homeschool activities on Martin Luther King Jr for kids? What should you do? 1.  Read the story of MLK so your kids become aware of his movement 2.  Discuss the definition of prejudice.  Brainstorm ways you can dvelop friends & learn from people of different races or… Continue Reading

Start School Right in 2020 – Free Workshop

Start School Right in 2020 – Free Workshop

Since you attended New Year, New Beginnings 2020 Conference for Moms OR you’re one of my valued subscribers, I’d like to invite you to a free online workshop I’m hosting on Tuesday, January 14. January is a great time to look back, seeing what went well last year and where to improve. Yet, sometimes I… Continue Reading

Family Time Encourages a Love of Learning

Family Time Encourages a Love of Learning

To help with homeschooling multiple ages and simplify planning, I expanded our read aloud time to include other activities. That’s where Family Time comes into play. What kind of activities did we include in Family Time? It varied through the year as to what my goals were for that year. The most important aspect of… Continue Reading

Organizing Your Homeschool

Organizing Your Homeschool

Organizing Your Homeschool … Time Management … Homeschool Planning … Meal Planning … Housecleaning How do you get it all done when you are homeschooling?  Juggling all your activities can be a real challenge for homeschool moms.  I used a few tricks in my homeschool to “get it all done” or at least feel like I got… Continue Reading

Homeschooling High School is NOT that Scary

Homeschooling High School is NOT that Scary

Lots of moms make it through homeschooling elementary grades and even junior high, but then they hit high school. And they sort of freak out! There’s really no reason to worry about homeschooling high school, if you take it one step at a time. One of our family goals in high school was to be… Continue Reading

Homeschool for the Love of Learning

Homeschool for the Love of Learning

Many parents pull their children from school because they want a better education for their children. As I speak to moms, I’ve discovered they want their children to read and write for the love of learning. But how do you inspire your kids to love learning on their own? Let’s take a step back and… Continue Reading

How to Start Homeschooling Right Each Year

How to Start Homeschooling Right Each Year

Whether I homeschooled for years or getting started my first year, I wanted to start each year right. I wanted to get off on the right foot. So, our first post is how to start homeschooling right this year. Just to let you know, this series is based on what YOU say is your biggest… Continue Reading

Easter Bible Bundle – 3-Day Flash Sale

Easter Bible Bundle – 3-Day Flash Sale

I got to thinking yesterday about keeping Jesus the center of Easter and making Easter as big a celebration as Christmas, and I asked myself… “What’s the ONE thing I could do to help simplify Easter and still be consistent and intentional with Christ the center of Easter?” As I said in my email to… Continue Reading

Family Valentines Day Ideas

Family Valentines Day Ideas

With Valentine’s Day next week, let’s share some fun family Valentines Day ideas you can use in your own family.  Your kids will love all the fun ideas. To start, check out our video below with lots of Valentines Ideas for Kids and Families… Valentines Crafts and fun with your kids. It’s not too late… 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