Intentional Homeschooling

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How Hands-On History Help Make it All Come to Life

  I despised history when I was a kid. It was boring. It was textbooks and was a rote memorization of facts, names, dates, and places that had no interest to me. I was planning to become an artist—I was all about visuals and making things! And I did… I became a graphic designer and […] Read more…

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Homeschool Math That Is Self-Directive- TT 4.0

   I received this product free of charge for review purposes and was compensated for my time. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. I was not required to post a positive review of the product. Homeschool Math is a subject that shouldn’t be the cause of tears or fears, even though it’s […] Read more…

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A Homeschool Planning Conference Like No Other…..

There are so many homeschool conferences available now then there were years ago. It’s a blessing to be able to find encouragement, inspiration and practical help at these conferences. We are also able to shop for our favorite homeschool curriculums and resources as well as discover new ones at discounted prices from many of our […] Read more…

Learn about the top 3 benefits that CTCMath offers for teaching boys and not only that you can also watch a video I did explaining it in much more details.

3 Top Benefits That CTCMath Offers For Teaching Boys

  As a homeschooling mom of three boys I’m always on the look out for resources, courses, curriculums, etc that will help my sons grow in specific areas. It’s not always easy finding those resources. There is a lot of trial and error that goes on at times when I’m searching the right curriculum. One […] Read more…

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The Best 3 Random Acts of Kindness for Homeschoolers

There are so many articles on RAK but I’m yet to find one that shares fun ways to incorporate Random Acts of Kindness in your homeschool. So here I am sharing some of my creative ideas on how you can add RAK into your homeschool lifestyle without feeling like you are adding one more thing […] Read more…

Let me share with you the math program that also teaches life skills. I share 3 important life skills that CTCMath can help your child with.

Alert! This Math Program Teaches Life Skills As Well

As homeschooling parents we are always looking for the best math program or curriculum for our family.  Why? Because math is a subject that you either struggle with or are good at. It’s a subject that many parents worry about because they want to make sure that their child grasps and understands the math concepts […] Read more…

Looking for a preschool curriculum that teaches American Sign Language and also basic preschool concepts? Look no further Happy Hands is the course for you!

A Fun Way To Teach American Sign Language To Your Preschooler

 I received this product free of charge for review purposes. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. I was not required to post a positive review of the product. American Sign Language has become popular among homeschoolers. Many parents are realizing that teaching their young children sign language helps foster early language development, […] Read more…

Wondering if you could homeschool while dealing with chronic illness? It is definitely possible! Here are some practical tips to help you get started.

How to Homeschool with Chronic Illness

I had to sit down and catch my breath for a minute. It was one of those moments in life when you’re blindsided by something you just can’t control, leaving you feeling helpless and uncertain. That particular day, I received yet another diagnosis from yet another specialist about my chronic illnesses. It knocked the wind […] Read more…

God can give us strength and provide wisdom, discernment, peace and help even when homeschooling in the midst of mental illness.

How To Homeschool in the Midst of Mental Illness

“Your mental illness is not your identity. Your identity is in Christ” Kay Warren There are a lot of things I never imagined saying, much less dealing with as I dreamt of having kids. As a Mom of a toddler, tweens and a teen, I just smile and shake my head often. But if I’m […] Read more…

Amber Lia talks about triggers in our homeschool and pratical ways on how not to let anger affect our relationships with your children.

How To Homeschool When You Feel Triggered Towards Anger

As a former teacher, I felt pretty confident about being able to homeschool my kids well from an academic standpoint. As a recovering angry mom, I knew that being my kids’ teacher was going to bring with it some unique new triggers. And I was right. For the last five years, I have been leading […] Read more…

Having doubts and feeling overwhelmed doesn’t prove you aren’t cut out for homeschooling. It shows you are a caring and intentional mom.

How To Homeschool When You’re Overwhelmed and Full of Doubts

  “Homeschooling is just so overwhelming. I feel like I’m just failing miserably. My house is a mess, we never get all the lessons done in a day, and everybody is complaining. Even me. Honestly, I’m not sure I’m cut out for this. Maybe my kids would be better in school, you know?” I smiled […] Read more…

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