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Five Reasons to Homeschool High School-Part 2

Previously, in Part 1 of “Five Reasons to Homeschool High School,” I encouraged those of you who were thinking about homeschooling high school to really go for it. Here’s the rest of the reasons why it would be worth your while.   4.) Your children will never forget your sacrifice. One of the most satisfying […]

In Your Own Words: A Homeschooling Mother’s Reflection on the Power of Her Words

Have you ever thought about the weight of your words? As a homeschooling mother of a child with special needs, words mean a whole lot. What words do you use to describe your child’s diagnosis? What words do you use to describe your feelings toward it? What words do you use to describe what others […]

Summer Fun With Brain Chase

Okay, I admit my kids are screen-huggers. After my kids are done with school (with much of it being online), it’s not long before they ask to get back online for “just a few more minutes” for Minecraft, or something less eventful like watching Kid Snippets on YouTube. Last summer we were in the middle […]

Five Reasons to Homeschool High School-Part 1

  Have any of you ever watched the movie ‘Miracle?’ It’s a 2004 movie starring Kurt Russell. He plays the US Olympics Hockey Team Coach, Herb Brooks, who leads the young men under his charge to victory against the Russian team in the 1980 Winter Olympics. The Americans won gold that year; they were vastly […]

What Saved Me From Destroying Family

A devoted wife and mom shares what saved her from destroying family and brought restoration. After I weaned my 17 month old baby, I, a devoted and loving Christian wife and mother, began to destroy family with my own hands. Every wise woman builds her house, but the foolish one tears it down with her own […]

Finding Homeschooling Mentors

I love my homeschooling friends.  It’s always so fun to find someone with children the same ages as mine.  These ladies know all too well how hard it is to teach Kindergarten in the middle of potty training a toddler and nursing a baby.   They encourage me and provide wonderful opportunities for play dates. […]