Our Charlotte Mason-ish 9th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices

Our Charlotte Mason-ish 9th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices

I can hardly believe it when I think back to those first days of homeschooling preschool, but our first year of high school is approaching quickly. There’s no time for nostalgia though. Instead I’m gathering resources and making my final purchases for our 9th Grade Homeschool curriculum choices. *Post contains[Read more]

The Best Books to Help Homeschooling Parents Dig Deeper into Homeschool Methods & Educational Philosophy

The Best Books to Help Homeschooling Parents Dig Deeper into Homeschool Methods & Educational Philosophy

Ready to dig in and learn more about homeschooling methods and educational philosophies? Here’s a great booklist to help you make sense of it all. (This post contains affiliate links; please see disclosure for details) We live in a time when there’s no shortage of great reading options for home[Read more]

Our Charlotte Mason-Inspired 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices

Our Charlotte Mason-Inspired 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices

Wondering what a Charlotte Mason-inspired 3rd grade looks like? Here’s a look at our Charlotte Mason homeschool plans, reading selections, and curriculum choices for the upcoming school year. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.* Realistically I’m not sure when we’ll start our new school year due to the[Read more]

Nature Book Club: Sea Turtle Suncatcher

Nature Book Club: Sea Turtle Sun Catcher Craft - Finished project on window

Looking for a fun craft to do with your kiddos while you learn about sea turtles? If so, you’ll love this cute and easy sea turtle suncatcher! Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for more information. If I’m being completely honest, sea turtle conservation wasn’t even on my radar before[Read more]

Eternity through the Rearview Mirror: 17 Christian Role Models to Inspire Your Homeschool History Lessons

Eternity Through the Rearview Mirror: 17 Christian Role Models to Inspire Your Homeschool History Lessons

Did you know Bach considered himself “a theologian with a keyboard” or that George Washington Carver taught a campus Bible study and often dressed as Bible characters during his studies? What about trailblazers like Aimee Semple McPherson, a woman preaching the Gospel at a time when women simply didn’t preach,[Read more]