Easy Tips for Choosing a Homeschool Friendly College

Even though my oldest student still at home is only in middle school, it doesn’t mean that the thought of a homeschool friendly college hasn’t crossed my mind. Because I am a mom ….. and a bit of a worrier, I’ve already began researching colleges (YES, even though she’s only in sixth grade), and have […]

Amazing Online Reading Games for Preschoolers

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With lots of small children at home, comparison and competition between my children can be a major stumbling block. My preschooler wants to do EVERYTHING that his older siblings are allowed to experience – everything from online reading games to riding a bike in the street. It’s a serious challenge for me to find things […]

Our Classical Christian Curriculum for Third Grade

Okie dokie, homeschool mommas. Before I share our selections for our classical Christian curriculum for third grade, I have a confession to make. My boys are in between grade levels, and as I talk to more homeschooling families, I’m finding that we’re not alone. Part of the beauty of homeschooling is being able to meet […]

Our Classical Christian Curriculum for Sixth Grade with Memoria Press

Looking for a classical Christian homeschool curriculum? We're heading into sixth grade -- come and take a look at our middle school choices.

It’s hard to believe, but this fall, I have a middle schooler! Our choices for our classical Christian curriculum for sixth grade contain a mix of traditional homeschool classes, cottage school classes, online academy classes, as well as online discussion groups. As Rachel gets older, I’m beginning to outsource more of her schoolwork. Juggling multiple […]

Our Classical Christian Curriculum for Kindergarten

I’m sharing our choices for our classical Christian curriculum for kindergarten today. I’d love to hear your ideas, too! During the past year or so, you may have heard me refer to our family as a ‘hybrid homeschooling family’. What does that mean, exactly? Throughout our homeschooling journey, (seven years this fall!) my husband and […]