How to Add Music to Your Homeschool Program For the Not Necessarily Musically Inclined Parents You don’t have to have perfect pitch or the ability to play a musical instrument to add music to your homeschool program. Sure, it helps to have some musical talent, but it isn’t a necessity. A bonus is that you […]
I am happy to report that there are more homeschool friendly choices for Christian Homeschool Preschool Curriculum.
Each of these homeschool health programs is written with a Christian perspective.
Failure is a bad word–or is it? Did you ever stop to think that God already planned for our failures? He knows we aren’t perfect. What is a planned failure? It is when God lets us make mistakes, learn from them and grow through them. He loves us through the whole process and gives us […]
Baking bread counts for homeschooling. Yes, it does! When you homeschool, everything is a teaching and learning experience. Homeschool baking class may not look like a classroom, but learning is happening. Here are some ways to count it for school. The Family That Bakes Together When we make bread, everyone helps. A little bit of […]
Is Everything at Lamp Post Homeschool Geared to Homeschooling? That’s what a caller asked me today. And the Answer Is … Yes and No We serve a variety of customers: homeschoolers, teachers, private and public schools, and parents who want to supplement what their children are learning in a classroom setting or who want to give […]
What Is the Main Reason to Homeschool? Many times as a veteran home educator, former homeschool support group leader, and a homeschool store owner, I have been asked, “Why homeschool?” I can name lots of convincing reasons to educate your children at home (and they are all good); however, if you ask me for the […]
Twenty Five Years Ago: Our Move to Country Living Moving to country living was one of the best moves my husband and I ever made for our family. We’ve learned a few things along the way. 1. The moon has phases. It is very dark when there is no moon. It is surprisingly light when […]
Back in the day…..homeschooling in the early 80s was downright dangerous. Let’s don’t go back. I know the Romeike family is from another country (Germany), but they seek refuge in the USA because Germany will take their children away for homeschooling (teach them at home). They love their children, take care of them, and are […]
We are quickly approaching the middle of another homeschool year. Our family plans to take off the last two weeks of December and the first two weeks of January. It’s time for a rest from academics and a time of celebration. Oh, Those Nasty Doubts The children love it, but sometimes I get those feelings […]