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Homeschooling with toddlers can be a challenge, but a commitment to homeschooling, not the expectation of perfect children is what we need.
If you’re looking for the “perfect” homeschool curriculum, most likely you won’t find it. Homeschooling isn’t easy—and requires work on the parent’s part—but “nothing worth doing is easy.”
Enjoy learning about Nicaragua through cooking and fun activities while learning to pray for the people and missionaries living there.
No need to lump nature exclusively into your science lessons, it can be used in your reading lessons, math, and practical lessons as well.
Combine a fun homeschooling study of Mexico with learning to minister to and pray for the people there.
Ever wonder how you are doing as a homeschooling mom? A veteran, former homeschooling mother shares her perspective on what she did wrong.
Ever wonder how you are doing as a homeschooling mom? A veteran, former homeschooling mother shares her perspective on what she did right.
One of the blessings of homeschooling our children is the opportunity to learn along with them, and one of the things you can learn more about as you’re teaching them is … money.
The Bible needs to be the centerpiece of our children’s education. Discover some of the ways we can incorporate Scripture into everyday learning.
As homeschooling parents we have the opportunity to teach our children not only the typical school subjects, but also the things that we are passionate about.