Raising Analytical Readers with Apologia’s Homeschool Reading Curriculum

Raising Analytical Readers with Apologia’s Homeschool Reading Curriculum

It’s easy to believe that a homeschool reading curriculum isn’t needed once our kids are able to read well. I think it’s even easier to believe that when our kids are reading voluntarily, but I’m learning that’s not the case. *I received a free copy of Readers in Residence for[Read more]

What to Read: 11 Children’s Books About Henri Matisse

Do you have plans to study Henri Matisse in your homeschool this year? Today I’m sharing some great children’s books to help you learn about this master artist.  *This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. This list of children’s books about Henri Matisse has good reading options for[Read more]

History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

Are you planning to study the Middle Ages in your homeschool? If so, you’re in the right place. I’ve got a fantastic Medieval England Unit Study to share with you today. * There’s a sweet giveaway involved… keep reading! * *I received a free copy of Time Capsule: Medieval England[Read more]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal: Permission to Slack Off

I finished writing out plans for our first few weeks of the new homeschool year today. It’s been a slower-than-normal summer around here from a homeschooling perspective and I’m ready to get back to our routine. As excited as I am about some homeschool normalcy, I’m also looking ahead and[Read more]

I’m the Homeschool Mom Without an Education Degree

Isn’t it interesting that a homeschool parent’s qualifications or lack thereof can cause objections to homeschooling? For whatever reason, there’s this notion that only those with a background in education are truly capable of teaching and training children and teenagers. Here’s the thing, I am that homeschool mom without an[Read more]