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Let them fail so that they may learn....

It’s not a natural feeling to want our children to fail. In fact, we do everything we can to keep them from failing. We want them to be successful, happy and secure.   643 more words

Kindergarten Homeschool on a very low budget

For Bug’s kindergarten year we decided to homeschool. This choice was made for a variety of reasons. One being that we have no idea where we will be living month to month in the next 18 months. 246 more words


Considering Homeschool This Year?

As Back to School sales begin in earnest in the stores, some parents struggle with the decision of whether to send their child to public schools. 432 more words


Mentoring Responsibility

“One of the reasons I think adolescence is perpetuated is because we don’t let our children bear the weight of responsibility.” - James MacDonald

Young men do not mysteriously become “self-starters”, “go-getters” and “commitment honorers” — in most cases they need to see it modeled, and they need to practice getting up off the video game couch and engaging consistently. 560 more words

Trail Life USA

Jake's learning list

Jake and I made up his learning list before bed tonight. These are all things he’s very interested in and wants to know more about. 166 more words

Know Your Farmer

BOOK RELEASE! The World of Wickham Mossrite

So, I finally did it. I went and got published…

And here it is – the brand new cover, of my brand new novel – available online NOW (and in print really soon, email me jlmorse99@gmail.com or via… 394 more words

JL Morse

Pandora's Box of Homeschool Blogs

Dear Reader,
I have been living blissfully unaware of the freakish quantity of tidy, creative, thoughtful, overachieving homeschool mothers. Until this week. What started as a simple search for a clever start to the new year (think new pencil) has perhaps ruined me. 396 more words