Tag Archives: Homeschooling

10 Things Homeschoolers Get Right

Trying to change public education is like trying to steer an ocean liner ... with 1,000 people clamoring for the steering wheel at once. In other words, it's hard to do. By the time most change happens, it has been … Continue reading

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6 Remedies When Your Child's Spelling Is Not Up to Par

Has your child ever written a completely indiscernible sentence? Is their spelling so atrocious that you can’t even make out simple words? Has their spelling worsened since the never-ending spring break coronavirus quarantine and the subsequent shift to virtual schooling? … Continue reading

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11 Books for Your Homeschool Nature Center

Set aside a shelf for kids to showcase their treasures from nature walks. Add these books for easy reference, and their appreciation for God's creation will abound! Browsing these books can inspire field trips to nature preserves, zoos, and the … Continue reading

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Mapping a Sonlight Education Year by Year

It’s time for some brutal honesty here...Chances are, you aren’t going to be able to do every single Sonlight level. I know! It’s a real bummer. They all look so good, and trust me, we haven’t found a lemon in … Continue reading

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12 Must-have Books for Kids Who Love History

To introduce students to the big picture of history and nurture your budding historian, the spines from various History / Bible / Literature programs are a wonderful starting point. A history spine is a reference book that is used for … Continue reading

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What to Do When Your Curriculum Is Back-ordered or Delayed

You've finally decided to homeschool! And you chose your curriculm. Yay! But it's back-ordered. Or maybe it's delayed due to long shipping or fulfillment times. Boo. Waiting is always hard. But a temporary delay to your desired first day of … Continue reading

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Why I Use Sonlight in My Charlotte Mason Homeschool

When my husband and I were preparing for our wedding, we attended premarital counseling at the home of a friend and colleague who was also a pastor. What stands out most in my memory from that short period was this … Continue reading

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