The National Day of Prayer has been around a long time. As we anticipate this special day next week, we’re going to take a closer look at prayer and how important it is in your homeschool.
This week, as we’re looking forward to vacation season, we will discuss how to incorporate field trips into your travel. Links Website –
This week we’ll hear from Lori Lane of Artios Academies. We will discuss how to incorporate the arts in your homeschool and why that even matters.
There are lessons to learn simply from making bread. This week, we’re going to talk about what it means to be over-kneaded by taking a closer look at the bread-making process.
In April, we will take a look at being “over-kneaded” and how to make sure that does not affect your family or your homeschool. We’ll also talk about different field trip ideas, the arts in home education, and then we’ll finish up the month by considering the National Day of Prayer. Be sure to join us in April!
Chances are, your student only has six to eight weeks left for this semester. Perhaps you’re working on plans for a graduation party or state convention graduation ceremony. Maybe you’re working on invitations to an open house and scrapbooking pictures for a graduation party, stopping every once in a while to marvel at how fast […]