For most of us spring and summer equates to planning time for the upcoming homeschool year. We take time to carefully consider the homeschool curriculum that we will use with our children. We might think about our child’s temperament and personality before splurging on the winning curriculum for the year, but once we get into using that winning homeschool curriculum—we… Read More
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Hi. I’m TERA. I don’t know if I would call me a homeschooler. We aren’t home nearly enough! I don’t have a background in education! I HATE Kids! Just kidding. I love em, even when they show us how insecure and vulnerable we are. I still remember the panic, the fear and dare I say the emptiness I felt when… Read More
This post may contain affiliate links. This doesn’t change anything for you, but I do receive a small amount for referring you. Thank you for your support of Kingdom First Homeschool. Do you ever just want to scream, “Just tell me what to do so I can do it!”? That’s what I felt like when I first started homeschooling. I… Read More
Sunday night you are ready for the Homeschool Mama wins. If you’re like me maybe you have a comfy chair you sit in like a queen coming up with the plans to conquer a new kingdom. The plans have been all worked out, instead of conquering a kingdom you plan to educate minds, only slightly less or more intimidating depending… Read More
What is a lesson plan? Let’s compare a lesson plan to a recipe. If you want to bake a cake, you follow a recipe. The recipe tells you what you need and the steps to follow for a successful bake. The same might be said about a lesson plan. It’s a recipe for success. It’s a plan of action. It… Read More