When I started homeschooling sixteen years ago, I never realized exactly how perfect it would be for my family down the road. At the time, I was homeschooling two healthy, rambunctious little boys. A few years later, I added a healthy baby girl to the mix. Fast forward to two years ago and I had a graduate, a high schooler,… Read More
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Yay! It’s the first day of summer, I’m sure you have a long list of summer fun days planned. I know we do! We have more things that we want to do than days to do them. It just goes so fast. We want to go to the beach, head out for a fun weekend of camping, have fun at… Read More
Post written by Ed Miller of the National Center for Biblical Parenting I spend a lot of time interacting with homeschool parents at conventions, through parent coaching and on social media. My wife Joanne and I homeschooled our boys all the way through and now they are mature, loving and responsible adults. We’ve walked on a similar road to the… Read More
If you’ve been homeschooling for any length of time, you’ve probably heard about year-round homeschooling. It is a popular approach to Home Education that throws out the public school schedule and forgoes the long summer break. It’s nothing short of awesome sauce. But I often hear about concerns and challenges with year-round homeschooling. Ones like this: “What about summer fun?”… Read More
Homeschooling High School can intimidate even some veteran homeschoolers. When I started homeschooling high school 5 years ago, I would think of the millions of things that could go wrong, as a result of me not choosing the right curriculum, not assigning the right credit, or not meeting college requirements. I just didn’t want to deal with any of it,… Read More