Biblical Homeschooling resources and support
Unit Studies Have you ever considered unit studies for your homeschool? Unit studies are a great way to learn about a new topic or even
Here are eight fantastic ways to promote pre-reading skills (without mess or fuss!) using alphabet refrigerator magnets. The letter sets with uppercase and lowercase for the activities below
Thanksgiving writing prompts for middle school students offer a variety of ways to sneak a little bit of school into your hectic holiday-schooling days. Use the holiday excitement building in your home to make writing assignments more exciting as well.
The year has brought about changes in our family’s homeschool. I let go of many of my pre-conceived notions about home education. The difference has been great. We still don’t live in a “Pinterest-perfect” house or run our school in a picture-perfect way, but we are all growing and changing and becoming more like the individuals God created us to be. For that, I am thankful!
Jolly juggling jesters jauntily juggled jingling jacks. Did you know that today, November 8, 2018 is National Tongue Twister Day?!? Tongue twisters are those fun
Inspire Responsibility Service projects for teens inspire compassion and civic responsibility. Many schools require them for high school graduation because of their lasting impact. In
Squanto – Native American Interpreter and Guide Squanto’s story provides a wonderful backdrop to talk to our children about character. It is difficult to find
From One Mom’s Teen to Another What makes a school day perfect for your teen? Other than world domination, homeschooled teens really don’t want all