Homeschool Newsletters

  For many, the concept of learning styles is debatable. Yet, for those of us that have been in the trenches for years, we can see the mounting evidence of using a learning preference…


Join us this month for something a little out of the ordinary. Four homeschool moms from varying backgrounds share their homeschool stories. You won't want to miss how each of these moms with…


Homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an exercise in agility. As a working mom (with a working spouse), the initial odds of homeschooling my 2nd-grade daughter and preschooler…


   I am Sarah, a second-generation homeschool mom, hailing from the great peach state of the south, Georgia. We have been blessed with four amazing, busy, and creative children ....from 2…


All good things must come to an end... and that's true for our homeschool year! If you're like me, you're trying to wrap up the few last weeks of school, gather up all your records, get final…


As homeschoolers, finishing well at the end of the school year is always in the back of our minds. We want to be sure we've met our yearly goals and our teens have accomplished what they set…


Spring can be a difficult time for homeschool families, even under the best circumstances. Why? Spring break is over and it feels like endless weeks lay ahead until the end of the semester. We…


Friends, it has been a rough year so far. How are you doing? I don’t know about you, but I’m beginning to feel like social distancing, wearing masks, avoiding public places, and sanitizing…


Across the country, families are staying home and being thankful for the blessings of health, family, and comfort. I've heard from a lot of my fellow homeschool sister mamas and they've mentioned…


March is National Reading Month! Reading is a favorite pastime for many, and especially homeschoolers! We share a unique love of books, so what better time to celebrate? National Reading Month…