We’ve taken all the awesome content recorded over the past 7 years of Teach Them Diligently events and we’ve married it with one-of-a-kind weekly video content specifically for Christian homeschool families that brings together the wisdom and experience of many Teach Them Diligently families, experts, authors, and more. If you aren't yet a member, click here to join us now. We would love to get to know you better as we all grow together in the days ahead.
We’ve built TTD365 as resource to help you every day as a homeschool mom. In addition to the thousand-plus audio and video resources, you will also find a safe place for making Homeschool Connections and becoming part of a close knit homeschool community of like-minded families as passionate about Biblical Home Education as you are. We’ll chat together in our private Group Me Chat groups, Facebook group and email, and if you have questions, we’ll find answers together!
To get started, watch the video above for a quick overview. Check out some of my favorite sessions below. Then use the search bar in the middle of the page to explore the content that’s most relevant to you!
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.
Homeschool Styles – Charlotte Mason
This week we’ll chat with Sonya Shafer of Simply Charlotte Mason and dive into the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling – what it means and how it might fit in your homeschool.
End of the Year Record Keeping
What in the world do you do with all those papers you collect in your homeschool? What is the best way to file the ones you keep? We’ll discuss all of that and more as we look at the very end of the year in this week’s conversation.
Nope, You Can’t Do Everything
It’s a common struggle for moms in general, but homeschool moms seem to really be hit with a sense guilt over what we do and don’t do. Are we really called to be involved in EVERY good opportunity we are presented? Let’s talk about that!
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