Last month I published a post documenting a typical day at our house. Since the older kids had not yet started their new homeschool year, I decided to write another one that included more of what my teenagers do so you’d get a more accurate picture of what homeschooling is actually like at our house. Thankfully, this day was not as crazy as the last time I did this. Phew! Remember that one?? Anyway… Continue reading “A Homeschool Day in the Life of a Dozen”
I just wanted to give everybody a heads-up on two events you just might be interested in.
Do you struggle with keeping your homeschool organized? Do you have papers strewn everywhere, dozens of missing pencils, and a table that you can no longer see the top of? I’m going to admit that those things happen to me quite a bit. Thankfully, I’ve come up with a simple way of keeping our homeschool situated and presentable. Continue reading “Looking for Advice on How to Organize Your Homeschool?”
The longer this break continues, the antsier and antsier I get to start school again. I am so excited to see what this new year will bring. I have to chuckle at this point-of-view because while most parents can’t wait to send their kids back to school, I can’t wait to do school with them. Homeschooling is amazing.
On to this week’s links!
My Favorite Posts:
It Takes a Parent, Not a Policy– National Review
Sammy Rhodes: Stop Genuflecting and Preach the Gospel– Timothy J. Hammons
What Can We Preach to Orlando?– Timothy J. Hammons
My Biggest Homeschool Regret– My Little Poppies
Homeschool Regrets: What I’d Go Back and Change– Life at the Table
Posts You May Have Missed:
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Books Worth Reading:
Hope Unfolding- Grace-Filled Truth for the Momma’s Heart– Becky Thompson
The Spiritual Warfare Answer Book– Dr. David Jeremiah
Give Your Child the World-Jamie C. Martin
A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street– Milam McGraw Propst
The Year of Learning Dangerously: Adventures in Homeschooling– Quinn Cummings
That’s it for this week. Next week I’m considering adding some good family movies in with the books to add some variety. What do you think? Any suggestions?