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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

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

Shifting to Independent Learning:  Teaching Tip #3

Shifting to Independent Learning: Teaching Tip #3

As your kids grow up, it will soon be time to shift to independent learning in your homeschool.  Don’t worry! If you’re following along with our homeschool tips, you laid a foundation for your child to begin learning independently. Discover Learning Strategies As Your Homeschooled Child Shifts to Independent Learning As mentioned in earlier articles,… Continue Reading

Love of Learning: How to Homeschool Teaching Tip

Love of Learning: How to Homeschool Teaching Tip

 Do your kids love to learn?  How can you help them love learning? Try some of these teaching tips this week to encourage a love of learning! What are you preparing your children for? Will they simply follow those around them? Or, will they be a strong leader? Whatever you are doing at home right… Continue Reading

5 Days of How to Homeschool: Teaching Tip #1

5 Days of How to Homeschool: Teaching Tip #1

Over the next few days,  I’ll be running a series that includes 4 tips I encourage homeschool moms to do, especially if they want their kids to grow in wisdom and Biblical thinking.  Step by step ideas on how to homeschool! Check back every day…or sign up for updates in the box to the right… Continue Reading

Get $180 FREE Homeschool Resources on Tuesday

Get $180 FREE Homeschool Resources on Tuesday

Tomorrow my new paperback, Raising Leaders, Not Followers, is available for purchase and I have a deal for you.  You can get $180 free homeschool resources if you purchase my book on Tuesday, July 25.  Here’s what’s included: Literature ebook package  $92.75 Famous Men of the Middle Ages, by Haaren & Poland (value: $16.95) The… 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

Start School Right in 2015 {Free Workshop}

Start School Right in 2015 {Free Workshop}

Before I share our 1st free workshop this year, you can win 1 of my ebooks, Raising Leaders, Not Followers! It’s really that simple to enter our contest….just fill in the form below. NOW….to help you Start School Right in 2015 I am hosting an online workshop about how to homeschool my child … NEXT… Continue Reading

How to Raise Christian Leaders in Homeschool

Recently, I mentioned ways to blend several approaches to raise Christian leaders in your homeschool. Today, I’ll take it a step further and talk about interest driven studies & structuring the time, not the content. Interest Driven Homeschooling Look at your kids’ interests and base your studies on those interests. When your kids are young,… Continue Reading