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Shifting to Independent Learning:  Teaching Tip #3 {5 Days of How to Homeschool}

Shifting to Independent Learning: Teaching Tip #3 {5 Days of How to Homeschool}

Today we have our third installation of “5 Days of How to Homeschool My Child” – you can begin using today’s teaching technique immediately. Discover Learning Strategies As Your Homeschooled Child Shifts to Independent Learning As mentioned in earlier articles, it is imperative for you to develop strong character qualities and a love of learning…. Continue Reading

Love of Learning: Teaching Tip #2 {5 Days of How to Homeschool}

Love of Learning: Teaching Tip #2 {5 Days of How to Homeschool}

A continuation of our series on how to homeschool – teaching tips you can use this week! 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 now is preparing your kids for their future.  They will… Continue Reading

5 Days of How to Homeschool: Teaching Tip #1

5 Days of How to Homeschool: Teaching Tip #1

This week,  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 —>>> Read on… 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

Start School Right in 2014 {Giveaway & Free Workshop}

Start School Right in 2014 {Giveaway & Free Workshop}

Before I share our 1st free workshop this fall, you can win 1 of 3 books from my Raising Leaders, Not Followers program! It’s really that simple to enter our contest….just fill in the form below. Last year we offered you a free homeschool event each & every month. I hope they’ve been encouraging to… Continue Reading

How to Homeschool Your Child {Weekend Links}

How to Homeschool Your Child {Weekend Links}

After visiting lots of blogs at the Ultimate Blog Party, I wanted to share some cool blog posts on how to homeschool your child.  Remember you all you have to do is click on the image below to read more about homeschooling. Let me know how these activities work in your homeschool by leaving a… Continue Reading

Inferior Academics – Make A Change In How to Homeschool

Inferior Academics – Make A Change In How to Homeschool

If you look at the exit test for eighth graders at the end of the nineteenth century, you would be amazed. I sure was. Could you answer any of the following questions from the 1895 Final Exam for Eighth Grade? Define Case, Illustrate each Case. Give the epochs into which U.S. History is divided. What… Continue Reading

How You Can Make It Work – Part 2 {Guest Post – Single Parent Homeschooling}

How You Can Make It Work – Part 2 {Guest Post – Single Parent Homeschooling}

Recently, I’ve had several homeschoolers wondering about single parent homeschooling.  I knew exactly who to ask this question, my very good friend Mary Jo Tate.  Mary Jo is a single, homeschool mom that I’ve known Mary Jo about 8 years.  One of her sons attended my workshop about kids starting a business several years ago…. Continue Reading

Homeschooling as a Single Parent: How You Can Make It Work {Guest Post}

Homeschooling as a Single Parent: How You Can Make It Work {Guest Post}

Recently, I’ve had several homeschoolers wondering about homeschooling as a single parent.  I knew exactly who to ask this question, my very good friend Mary Jo Tate.  Mary Jo is a single, homeschool mom that I’ve known Mary Jo about 8 years.  One of her sons attended my workshop about kids starting a business several… Continue Reading