Preparing Your Child for Life with an Internship for High School Credit

Alternative forms of education are not a new idea to homeschoolers, which is why I was very happy to receive and review a copy of  Internship for High School Credit from Apologia Educational Ministries. The concept of an internship is not new. Until recent times, the most common way to prepare a … [Read more...]

Using Media for More than Just Entertainment This Summer

As a mother and my children's educator I'm torn between letting my kids have a summer full of fun and frolic or a summer of "let's not forget what we learned in school this year!" Is it possible to have both? I say, "yes!" I've seen a lot of bucket lists for summer floating around the internet. … [Read more...]

The Kitchen Classroom

More than delicious meals are whipped up in the kitchen. Well-educated kids who grow in to well-rounded adults are also created in the kitchen. In our early years of homeschooling I was amazed when I began realizing how many of our everyday, run-of-the-mill activities were actually educational. I … [Read more...]

Homeschool Rescue Offers Help and Hope to Homeschool Moms {A Review}

Anyone out there feeling overwhelmed at times in their role as homeschooling mom? Would you like to sit down talk it out with a fellow homeschool mom? Yeah, me too. Our school year has been kind of crazy. After making our big move to New England, getting used to living in small quarters, a home in … [Read more...]

Homeschooling: Reflections from A Veteran Homeschool Mom – a visit with Nancy, Mom of 6

There's a special lady I know who loves Jesus, loves her family, loves life. Her gentle spirit has ministered to my own turbulent spirit on many occasions, often when she had no idea. Her name is Nancy and today she is sharing with you the reflections she's had as I asked her "What has been the … [Read more...]