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Our Favourite Homeschool Math Program (A Teaching Textbooks 3.0 Review)

When we first started homeschooling, I purchased a math curriculum for my oldest daughter that was far too advanced for her and didn’t suit her learning style. 1,565 more words


A Trickle

Math has always been a difficult subject in our homeschool. Even as a baby, if it had the whiff of learning, Cose was against it. 204 more words

Homeschool Music Curriculum Round-Up!

 There is so much beauty to music. I don’t want my kids to overlook it just because it’s not considered a core subject to study for school.  777 more words


Homemade Play Doh Using Melted Crayons

The Agents and I went all crafty and made homemade play doh using melted crayon pieces for color.

The basic recipe {in addition to the crayons} is 1 cup flour, 1 cup water, 1/4 cup salt, 1 tablespoon oil.  241 more words


Re-dos: Fostering Repentance and Forgiveness

Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.” 490 more words


Why We Homeschool

I often get asked why we choose to homeschool. And truthfully, I have no one size fits all answer. The flexibility, the ability to learn at one’s own pace, the depths of exploration that can’t be reached in a public setting, because I know my child and the ways she learns best… all valid answers. 699 more words


Summer : June

We kicked the summer off right with a camping trip in Tennessee with friends and family. We camped near a lake, swam during the afternoons, and sat by the fire at night and again with coffee in the mornings. 301 more words