Homeschooling with a baby doesn’t have to be hard, as a matter of fact it can be very enjoyable. You see, I recently had my third child and know the challenges that can come when homeschooling with a little one. I also know the blessings it brings to include your little bundle of joy in your homeschooling. It is not… Read More
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You’ve spent countless hours researching homeschool methods. You’ve spent your budget on the best curriculum, recommended by your most trusted sources. You’ve created an amazing educational space in your spare bedroom. You are excited, prepared, and dreaming of the perfect homeschool. The only thing getting in your way is your child. The age or grade could be any. You may… Read More
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
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
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 wanted a cookie cutter answer for all my questions. My head hurt from all the questions I had swirling in there. I felt like homeschoolers even had their own language: HSLDA,… Read More