One of the most important things you can do for your homeschool is define your vision and create a mission statement. A vision is simply a goal for your homeschool; it’s what you aspire to accomplish during these precious years you have with your children. It’s a picture of what your days should look like … Read More about 3 Reasons Why You Need a Homeschool Mission Statement- Plus a FREE Guide!
A Love for Family
A Heart for Home
This post is part of a 5-post series on creating your own Wholehearted Homeschool. Have you read Steps 1-3 yet? Are you inspired? I hope you’re as excited as I am! We’ve talked about Establishing a Foundation of Faith, Rekindling A Love for Family, and Having a Heart for Your Home, but there’s just one … Read More about Building Homeschool Frameworks
Curriculum & Resources
We live outside of a large city and everything is about 20 minutes away. The drives are often cumbersome for the children and are sometimes preceded with complaints and childhood bickering. I really didn’t know what to expect when my CD came in the mail. We had never tried audiobooks before, and I wasn’t sure … Read More about Enjoying the Ride with Adventures in Odyssey Audiobooks
This is probably one of my favorite steps! In my former career, I was an educational specialist, and researching, implementing, and writing curriculum was what I did each and every day. When we made the decision to homeschool, I attended my first homeschool convention, walked into the vendor warehouse, and was BLOWN away. I was … Read More about Choosing the Right Curricula for Your Homeschool
This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure. Five in a Row has been such a nice treat for our homeschool, and throughout the year, we enjoyed some very special books together, one of them being “The Story about Ping.” The kids greatly enjoyed getting to know each piece of rich literature, and the activities we … Read More about Five in a Row: How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World