One of my favorite ways to reflect and actually have undisturbed, productive and fulfilling time to sit with God, to create, dream, set goals and work has been to have a creative writing retreat. I’m willing to bet, if you’re reading this, you’ve been craving that time for a creative writing retreat, too. Keep reading for […]
How to get free state maps and tourism guides If you’re like me, even though GPS has made it simple to navigate, I still love a good map. It’s imperative we teach our children how to use and read maps. Let’s face it- we need to know how to navigate in this technology-filled world with […]
Recently, I met a long-lost childhood friend for coffee. As our reminiscent banter was drawing to a close, I asked, “So, what do you hope to do with your degree?” He sighed as he looked at the wall. “I don’t. I was going to be a police officer but last semester I got a job […]
My days never seem to pass without building- and stepping on- the fabulous multi colored bricks in our home. Between birthday gifts, chore board rewards, garage sale finds and our own purchases- my ten year old estimates we have 300,000 bricks. Yes. That comma is in the correct spot. A couple years into our homeschooling […]
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WOW! With a week of so much to celebrate, Cinco de Mayo, Teacher’s Appreciation Week, and Mother’s Day… THIS IS THE TIME to announce something BRAND NEW to the homeschool community! VACATIONS designed for our lifestyle of learning! We have partnered with Azul Hotels by Karisma to create The Ultimate Homeschool Vacation… just for Homeschool Families! […]
“I believe that exploring new places, meeting new people, and seeing God’s wonders firsthand is an invaluable experience for my children. I don’t want them to be afraid of new things. I’m willing to make a lot of other sacrifices in my life so we can travel. ” -Mary Prather Our list of […]
This was originally written for the Home Educating Family blog. Click over there and read the descriptions of a non-conforming homeschool! Do you remember a song from your childhood that sang “Make new friends, but keep the old… one is silver and the other gold?” One of my “silver” friends is a recent Floridian transplant […]