The Homeschooling Mother

As an 11 year veteran of homeschooling, I know how important it is to have a community of homeschooling moms to learn from.  It is my prayer that the information you find here is helpful without being overwhelming.  Please remember, what you read here are the result of much prayer and guidance from God and my husband.  They are unique to our family, and are not meant to be a set of homeschooling rules you must employ to be successful.  As with everything, seek the Lord as to what His vision is for YOUR family.

 

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BRAND NEW LIST!
What We Use to Homeschool
2013-2014

Homeschooling the Littles
Homeschooling the Middles
Homeschooling the Bigs

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Getting Started
Begin with a Goal
Stop Filling Pails
What I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Homeschooling
What Do I Teach?
Taking the Plunge
Naming Your Homeschool
Using Technology in Your Homeschool Series

What Does a Homeschool Day Look Like?
How Many Hours a Day Does it Take to Homeschool?
Setting up a School Schedule
Homeschooling Year Round
Does That Count as School?
The Three Year Learning Curve
Our homeschooling philosophy

Organizing It All
Homeschool Mamas Need a Planning Period Too!
Mommy’s Homeschooling Binder
Assignment Binders
Modified Workbox System for a Large Family
Organizing the Large Family Homeschool

Homeschooling with Babies & Toddlers
Keeping Toddlers Busy
Toddlers, Babies, and Your Homeschool
Homeschooling with Morning Sickness
Staying on Top of Your Game When Tired

The Younger Years
How We Homeschool Preschool & Kindergarten
School the Littles First

Need a Pep Talk?
The Truth Behind Homeschool Burnout
Unrealistic Homeschool Moms
The Growing Pains of First Generation Homeschool Moms
The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
What to Say to Homeschool Naysayers
The Shame on Me Sea
Do They See God?

Homeschool Convention How-To’s
Create a Homeschool Convention Notebook
Surviving Homeschool Conventions
Using the Evernote app at Homeschool Conventions

My Recommended Reading List:

Where I Buy School Supplies From:

Rainbow Resource
Miller Pads & Paper

 

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