This week, we take a field trip to my friend Shari’s house as we talk about how to involve your littles in your homeschool. Whether you are currently in this situation or have already moved beyond, this conversation is packed with helpful information for you to use or share with other moms in the trenches.
Christians were made to live in fellowship, yet far too often homeschool families find themselves isolated. This week, we’ll take a look at relationships within and outside of our homes and how important those are to the success of our homeschools.
One of the main reasons families give up on home education is that they don’t have a solid foundation on which to stand when times get tough. This week, we’ll discuss the need for having that solid foundation and how to solidify your own.
This week, we are taking a look at 7 different areas that we can focus on to make 2017 our best homeschool year ever!
This month, we’re looking at our foundations. What is really important in our homeschools and what should be set aside? We’ll look at homeschool mom’s new year’s resolutions, things we should think about as we start this new homeschool year. We’ll evaluate our individual “why’s” and how knowing those will strengthen our homeschool resolve when things get tough. Finally, we’ll look at another important pillar of our homeschools and how to homeschool multiple levels when littles are involved. I can’t wait to get this year started!
January 1st is a special day, and not just because it’s the beginning of a new year! This is the first day the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) becomes available for families of college-bound students for the fall.
In October we touched on the FAFSA: what it does, why it’s necessary, and how to fill it out. This month, we’re getting more in depth. We’re talking about verification.