Mystery of History Volume 1: Week 2: The Flood of Noah, The Great Ice Age, Dinosaurs […]
Mystery of History Volume 1 Week 1
Mystery of History Volume 1: Week 1: Creation, Adam and Eve, Jubal and Tubal-Cain See my […]
Does the Electoral College make your eyes glaze over? Do you think it’s not your problem? […]
Does cooking count as home economics? Does the library count for school hours? Does riding a […]
Year Round School One of my favorite parts of homeschooling is the freedom available to do […]
Homeschooling with Chronic Illness I am excited to team up with 24 other homeschool bloggers for […]
I’m afraid I’ll mess up my kids This is such a common statement from parents who […]
Am I teaching enough in homeschool?
Taking complete control of your child’s education can be daunting sometimes. Especially if it’s your first […]
How NOT to teach American History
How NOT to Teach American History I do not teach my kids “women’s history” or “black […]
homeschool government and civics
“A primary object should be the education of our youth in the science of government. In […]