#HOMESCHOOL ENCOURAGEMENT

Every homeschool parent can attest that there are times of doubt, fear, and uncertainty. We chose to homeschool so that we can do what’s best for our children...and some days, we wonder if…


When you started homeschooling did you imagine the perfect learning scenario? One where all your children wake up and start working on their homeschool lessons without being told? A homeschool…


Read Part 1 and Part 2 here. Choosing to homeschool is only for the brave, and I commend you for stepping into the battle on your child’s behalf despite what family, friends, or the culture…


Guest Post by Gabriel Morse This is part 2 in a series on Learning from Failure. Read part 1 here. Now I know it can be considered poor form to discuss failure, especially in homeschooling…


There are those of you out there who are dealing with a struggling student. I can sympathize with you both from the perspective of having been a struggling student myself and being the father…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. It’s a new year and homeschooling season is once again in full swing. But are you prepared? When I first started homeschooling, the annual post-holiday time was…


Guest post by Kimberly Smith. As a homeschool parent isolation was not an experience I really had to ever deal with until three years ago. I was blessed to always live near cities and have…


“You’re such a good Mom.” I can feel that little shot of dopamine hit my brain as I read the latest comment on a photo of my adorable daughter sipping tea in a café with (apparent) perfect…


It's Wednesday morning and my child is in tears... and so am I.   My child is six years old and I am trying to get him to recite the alphabet with no luck.  I try verbally and in writing and…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. Getting discouraged during the homeschool year is like running into a red light when you’re in a rush. It’s inevitable. I should know, I’ve been there. I…