Calculus. Trigonometry. Geometry. Those three words strike fear in the hearts of some homeschool moms. Understandably so. Unless you’re a high school math teacher, you
I love being out in nature. The only exception is the wintertime because it is simply too cold for me to enjoy living in Maine.
I love being outside surrounded only by nature. There is nothing like the sound of the ocean waves crashing on the shore and the crisp,
So, you’ve made the decision to homeschool your children, but you don’t want to do it on your own. Naturally, the next step to figure
Homeschooling has been one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done. I genuinely mean that; and in my extremely varied job and ministry experience
Homeschooling a child with a language disorder requires a lot of creativity and patience, and cannot be approached in a traditional school setting. Trying to
It was during one of my many Internet searches about language development that I landed on the acronym MERLD, and thus began my journey on
The middle school years are a time of transition in more ways than one. Our kids are changing physically, emotionally, and intellectually at a mind-bending