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Winter Refresh for Your Homeschool

This week, we’re looking at winter homeschooling. How can we break the monotony of being inside— and even the monotony of “business as usual” as far as academics go? We’ll chat about some fun ways surrounding the olympics and other winter holidays to do just that! Here’s just the audio from this week. Pinterest Board […]

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Fortune 500 Homeschool -Organize to Achieve

The second of our year-long series is Fortune 500 Homeschool. I want to challenge all of us to have a more elevated view of what we do, and we will look at some successful people and organizations outside of home education to gain some helpful principles to build on to make 2018 our most successful […]

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Live Boldly! Part 2

Building off the foundation we laid last week, we’ll look deeper into Romans to see specific ways we are told to Live Boldly.

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2017’s Opportunities

What opportunities has God given you and your family this year? How have you approached them? What have you learned through them? This week, we'll discuss the amazing opportunities we are given and look at the opportunities that abound in the accounts of the event surrounding the birth of Christ.

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Preparing for School on the Road

Whether you homeschool year round, or you just want to take advantage of the trips you are taking this summer, getting prepared for school on the road is a great idea. This week, I’ll share our experiences of schooling on the road, as well as some secrets I learned along the way to make it as beneficial as possible.

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Giants

May will bring lots of excitement your way as the school year wraps up. We'll start off by talking about giants and how we can overcome those. I've recruited David for some of our videos this month too. We'll be talking about how to be on the same page as your spouse and ideas for how to Teach Them Diligently. Lastly, we'll finish off the month talking about foster care. You won't want to miss a week!

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National Day of Prayer

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.

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Over-kneaded

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!

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Homeschool Styles

In March, we will turn our attention to different styles of homeschooling. Not every style works for every family, but there are many to explore. We'll look at those different options and even chat with some experts. You don't want to miss a week!

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To Co-op Or Not to Co-op

What exactly is a co-op? Does your family need a co-op? How do we go about choosing a co-op? This week we will be hearing from Susanne Brown, administrator of Upstate Homeschool Co-op, which happens to be the largest co-op in the country! For all your co-op questions, look no further!

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HSLDA

This week we’ll be looking at homeschooling from a legal perspective. What do we need to be aware of? How can we know what’s illegal in our states? What are some pitfalls that homeschool families fall into? Mike Donnelly with HSLDA joins us to share some insight.

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Learning Is Fun

In February, we'll take a look at how fun learning can be - no reason to fall into a rut with Valentine's Day in sight! I also want to talk about the importance of discernment. We live in a fallen world filled with lies, but the good news is: we have the truth. We'll also be joined by a special guest from HSLDA to discuss how we homeschool legally. Lastly, we are going to talk about co-ops. Do you need them or do you not? There are many good options out there-- let's talk about that! Make sure to join us in February!

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Homeschooling Multiple Levels – Littles Edition

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.

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Relationships – A Pillar of Home Education

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.

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The Big WHY – Your Homeschool Foundation

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.

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Our Foundations

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!

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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.

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When To Take A Homeschool Break

Planning out the semester and year ahead allows you to look forward to those times of break with confidence that you are doing everything you need to do to succeed in your homeschool. This week, we will take a look at different ways to approach planning your homeschool year, when it’s time to take a break, and then look very practically at how those things look in our family.

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Knowing When To Give It A Break for A While

This month, we will take a look at knowing when to give it a break for a while—for all members of your family can use that time of rest! We’ll also spend a week looking at end of semester evaluations and how to organize and keep records for first semester. Along the way, we’ll discuss nurturing our marriages and the discipleship opportunities surrounding the Christmas season. Make sure you check back each week for new content!

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Engaging Others In Your Homeschool

This time of year lends itself in big ways to engaging others in your homeschool. Whether these individuals have been very supportive, lukewarm, or downright hostile to the path God has called you to walk, finding meaningful and creative ways to engage them in what you are doing is a great way to make them more excited about your homeschool efforts.

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