Tag Archives: failure

Second-guessing: Did I make the right decision to homeschool?

Maybe you've hit some bumps since your first day of school... You're two months in. Maybe your son is throwing a fit, your daughter is crying over a math problem, the dishes are piling up, and you feel in over … Continue reading

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Homeschooling Will Fail You If...

I don't blog about theology much here, as this is a homeschool blog.* But there is a theme rippling through "the homeschool movement" that bears repeating: Trust Jesus, not the system. Over the last couple weeks, there have been many … Continue reading

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Teaching children how to fail

Nine-year-old Betsy was set up to fail. Primped and pampered her whole life, she had never done a chore or fixed her own hair. When circumstances changed and Betsy went to live with cousins on a Vermont farm, her new … Continue reading

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Q: Could Sonlight Fail You? A: Only If Your Goals Don’t Match Ours

Depending on your goals for homeschooling, Sonlight might fail your kids. Sonlight won’t fail you if your goals are to instill a love of great books and reading develop empathy lay a broad foundation of cultural literacy expose children to … Continue reading

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