Confessions of a Homeschool Freebie Hoarder

Confessions of a Homeschool Freebie Hoarder

Lean in close, friend.  I’ve got a confession to make and it’s almost shameful to talk about.  I’m a recovering homeschool freebie hoarder. (This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Over the years, I’ve accumulated flash drive after flash drive of free digital curriculum.  I’ve got cloud storage[Read more]

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Introducing Famous Artists Through Picture Books

Introducing Famous Artists Through Picture Books

Both of my kids love learning about art and experimenting with it.  Unfortunately, the five-year age difference between them makes it tough to teach the same art concepts to both.  That’s why I had to get creative about introducing famous artists to each of them. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for[Read more]

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Kindergarten Stepping Stones, Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Kindergarten Stepping Stones

Have you ever felt intimidated by the thought of homeschooling kindergarten? There’s certainly some pressure that comes along with laying a solid educational foundation while passing on a love for learning to our children. I’ve felt that pressure throughout the years, but I’ve learned that homeschooling kindergarten — or any grade level —[Read more]

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Personal Growth as a Homeschool Mom

Making Time for Personal Growth as a Homeschool Mom

Let’s face it, being a homeschool mom pretty much guarantees a full life.  Even so, in order to encourage our kids to pursue a lifetime of learning, homeschooling parents have to be diligent about making time for personal growth. What does that personal growth look like when lessons need to be planned[Read more]

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