Homeschooling: What I’ve Learned & Loved plus What Challenged Me – A Visit With Maddy

Homeschooling moms make friends in the strangest places. Like Aldi parking lot. For real. Several years ago, while my 8 year old daughter and I were loading the back of my vehicle with a month's worth of groceries, a mom with her three young children began loading groceries into the trunk of their … [Read more...]

5 Days of Wit and Wisdom from Veteran Homeschooling Moms

Join me next week for a visit with some of my favorite people on the planet. These ladies have influenced and encouraged me in a myriad of ways. Their friendships have been a special blessing to me and I've asked them to share a few things as a blessing to you. So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea or … [Read more...]

Computer Science Classes at Home with CompuScholar, Inc. {A Review}

Like it or not, computers play a big part in our everyday lives. They influence the way we live, play, work - even the way we shop! This is the world our children will have to learn to thrive in, so when we had the chance through the Homeschool Review Crew to try out a computer science through … [Read more...]

Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer {A Review}

Through the years, as I've read Bible stories to my children we've often talked about what it would really have been like living during those times. What would a young man like David see around him as he picked up those stones for his sling? How would it be, living in a tent, wandering through the … [Read more...]

Homer’s Epic Adventures with Memoria Press {A Review}

Memoria Press offers a high school level curriculum from a classical christian education point of view. Their Iliad & Odyssey Complete Set provides an excellent language arts option for high schoolers. While I am familiar with the classical philosophy of education, we have not closely followed … [Read more...]