Isn’t this one of our favorite topics ladies? I know it is. For me too. I love to see what other people are using. And then it just cracks me up when Todd Wilson and the various other experienced homeschool dads say “The curriculum doesn’t really matter. Pretty much anything will work. Teach character. Wisdom. […]
I can not believe my oldest is ready for Algebra. This is Saxon Algebra 1/2. The class before highschool Algebra 1. We love Saxon for Emma. Here is a link to a post I did that goes a little more in depth on Saxon Math and why we like it.
We have been homeschooling for about 9 years. What that means is when our first daughter (now 12) was 3, I was researching and buying curriculum. Now today, I would just tell a mama that had a 3 year old to relax, have fun and read about other homeschoolers in your spare time. Don’t get […]
On this wall, we have some nice white boards (dry erase markers always in a safe with a Ft. Knox lock) Just kidding! And on the left, that is a genealogy for Jesus. I love charts and timelines. Homeschoolers LOVE to see how and where other homeschoolers do school. We want details. EXACTLY where do […]
I Never Liked History In School It consisted of memorizing meaningless dates and reading boring textbooks. “Who cared,” I thought. Nor do I remember a history teacher that brought it to life. (Thank goodness I married a college history major)
I am going to do an experiment. It is with one of my children. Scary? Oh, not really. After, I guess I would say, 8 years of homeschooling, I have now seen (and read many, many testimonials) that whether you do formal, regimented school at home or not, the children are going to learn. Period. […]
Emma, 11, at her desk which shares a room with the baby changing table near the laundry room. Well, my, my. This is quite the subject. I’m just going to talk about a few things I say to people who tell me they have been thinking about homeschooling, but really don’t see how they could […]