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The 4 R’s of Homeschool Notebooking {Principle Approach}

The 4 R’s of Homeschool Notebooking {Principle Approach}

If you’ve ever thought about getting Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership, next week is the time. It goes on sale on October 25 and you’ll be able to save $25. Let’s move on to the 4R’s of notebooking . . . With the Principle Approach to Christian Homeschooling, your students will keep notebooks on a variety… Continue Reading

Teaching Your Kids “How to Think” {FREE Workshop}

Teaching Your Kids “How to Think” {FREE Workshop}

By now, most homeschools are in full-swing . . . getting back into a routine if you took a summer break.  When I settled back into a new school year, I usually found a couple areas where we needed to make a change. I often wondered if my homeschool was actually going to help my… Continue Reading

5 Strategies to Encourage a Love for Learning {Free Back to School Workshops}

5 Strategies to Encourage a Love for Learning {Free Back to School Workshops}

For many homeschool families, it’s back to school time. You’re gearing up for a new year, brushing off that curriculum and making plans for your kids’ education,  hoping to motivate your kids to have a love for learning. Are you struggling to help your kids be successful & confident writers? Are your kids “less than”… Continue Reading

Start Homeschool Right this Year {FREE Workshop}

Start Homeschool Right this Year {FREE Workshop}

Let me help you Start School Right in 2017! To celebrate Raising Leaders, Not Followers being published on Tuesday, July 25th, I’m hosting a FREE online workshop about how to homeschool your child. How’s that for a deal! Start Homeschool Right in 2017 Online Workshop July 25, 2017 You can choose which time slot is… Continue Reading

Age-Level Ideas for Easter Activities with your Kids

Many families are starting to put Christ back into their Easter celebration. There are so many ideas for Easter activities for kids, that I decided to share my recommendations according to age levels.  Click on any title or image and you’ll find my review of that resource. If you have Preschool Kids, I recommend: Sense… Continue Reading

5 Fun Learning Games for Kids

Is it hard to keep your kids’ attention in your homeschool?  Do you struggle to make learning fun? If you answered yes to either of these questions, I completely understand. I’ve always believed that kids retain more when they are interacting with the subject being studied. Plus, competition in games usually motivates kids to remember… Continue Reading

Start 2017 with 50% on Homeschool Resources

Start 2017 with 50% on Homeschool Resources

Yep…we’re having a 50% off sale to kick off 2017! I remember trying to get ready for the new year, after the holidays. Some times, I needed an extra kick to  prepare for my homeschool. That’s why I’m offering these homeschool resources at a huge discount.  I’ve tested & used each of the strategies in these… Continue Reading

50 Fall Activities for Kids

50 Fall Activities for Kids

With fall just around the corner, I’m ready to celebrate. I love fall and all the fun, family activities you can do with your kids.  Fall is one of those times I do more crafts. Do you enjoy fall crafts for kids, too? To get your creative juices going, here are 50 fall activities for… Continue Reading

4 R’s of Charlotte Mason Homeschool {Approaches to Christian Homeschooling}

4 R’s of Charlotte Mason Homeschool {Approaches to Christian Homeschooling}

Charlotte Mason’s educational philosophy has come to life through the Christian homeschool movement.  For the Children’s Sake is one of my favorite homeschool resources about Charlotte Mason. I’d like to share a little about what she believed. But more importantly, I want to share how we used her ideas in our homeschool.  Hopefully, you can… Continue Reading

4 Habits of Charlotte Mason Homeschool

4 Habits of Charlotte Mason Homeschool

Charlotte Mason discovered kids were not creating good habits. Habits help us develop self-discipline and Godly character. For example, forming the habit of making your bed every morning helps children become disciplined. Being self-disciplined leads to Godly character. So, habits should be an integral part of your Charlotte Mason homeschool. To find out what other… Continue Reading