I remember when we started homeschooling and I was trying to figure out what curriculum to buy. My oldest children had gone all the way through public school: K-12. My youngest two had just finished Kindergarten and Second Grade when we started homeschooling. I had also just finished yet another year as a combination stay-at-home… Continue reading Reading for Homeschoolers
I have a 22-year-old college graduate son. When I told him we were working on a homework assignment and the younger kids needed to know what his job is, he answered, “Professional Adventurer, Specializing in Spontaneity.” He’s actually a Field Service Rep for the same global company my sister works for. This dude keeps me… Continue reading Electronics for Homeschoolers
I have a 14 1/2-year-old daughter, and an almost 13-year-old son. Neither one wants to spend a lot of time reading. My son would rather watch YouTube videos all day, but I won’t let him. My daughter would rather do a million other busy things all day, but I won’t let her. Getting these two… Continue reading Book Series My Early Teen Kids Love
I have a 14-year-old again. I’ve already raised two children to adulthood. Both went to public school all their lives, as did my husband and I, and he and I are both the offspring of teachers. Homeschooling was not in our blood. We’re trailblazers in our families. (Or black sheep, however you want to look… Continue reading Homeschooling is scary sometimes!