Easy Peasy Ideas for Teaching Shakespeare in Your Homeschool

Thinking about embarking on a Shakespeare study in your homeschool? Don't miss these resources, including a step by step plan from Ken Ludwig.

Thinking about teaching Shakespeare in your homeschool? Don’t be intimidated! Read on for easy peasy ideas to get started with the Bard. How We Started Studying Shakespeare in Our Homeschool One of my favorite things about homeschooling is introducing my children to amazing literature. We follow a classical Christian curriculum, and our bookshelves are overflowing. […]

Breakfast Muffins to Make Your Mornings Easier

breakfast muffin recipes for easier mornings

Looking for a way to simplify your morning routine? Tired of serving your kids cereal or toast? Take a look at some of our favorite recipes for breakfast muffins to break up the boring morning routine. Bonus? Most of these can be made ahead and refrigerated or frozen for later in the week. That saves […]

Hidden Benefits of Standardized Testing for Homeschoolers

Are you considering using standardized testing in your homeschool? We're chatting about the pros and cons -- come join in the conversation!

Are you thinking about evaluating your homeschooled student? We’re talking about the benefits of standardized tests for homeschoolers today. Say the words ‘standardized test’ in a group of parents, and you’re likely to be met with a variety of responses – folks who are vehemently opposed, some who are proponents of standardized testing, and those […]

Insider Tips for Getting Started with Teaching Textbooks Homeschool Math Curriculum

Looking for something to fix your homeschool math woes? We recently made the switch to Teaching Textbooks Homeschool Math curriculum and our family loves it!

Are you considering making a switch to the Teaching Textbooks homeschool math curriculum? Read on for some insider tips to get you off to a great start! If you’re ever around a group of homeschooling mommas, chances are, you’ll eventually hear the conversation turn to math. Moms may extol the virtues of their favorite homeschool […]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal – January 2017

Share what you and your family are doing this month with the Homeschool Mother's Journal --- hosted monthly at iHomeschool Network.

I’m kicking off the new year with a new monthly series — the Homeschool Mother’s Journal. You’ve likely seen it in various places all over the web. There’s a permanent home now over at the iHomeschool Network, and I’ll be playing along with my pals there, sharing what’s going on in our world. In my […]