Category: Homeschool

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Christian Fiction on Good Reads

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Their mission is to help people find and share books they love. I love, love, love the Compare Books button. I look for someone that highly rates the books I highly rate, read their reviews, then go book shopping.Are you on Good Reads? Come follow […]


Homeschool Organization with Clipboards

Tipjunkie out did herself today with this post on clip boards!  She combined my favorite things: Organization, Pretty, and Lists. My head is swimming with ideas to incorporate my scrapbook kits with her ideas. Here are a few photos but visit TipJunkie to read all the GREAT ideas.  I listed a few clip boards below on Amazon […]

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12 Things to Do to Keep Your Summertime Organized

Summertime is here. Time to break out the sun lotion and bug spray. We’ve been enjoying the pool daily. I LOVE our pool: Motivation: Finish your school work and we can swim. Worn-out, water-logged out children go to bed early. Multi-Tasking: Mom and Dad have play time with children and heart healthy exercise. 12 Things […]


LeapFrog Didj: Educational Handhelp Game

Have you been in a game store? Thousands of games on a wall with almost no educational value. What are they thinking? Can you imagine the conversation in game company boardrooms. “I know education is in critical condition in America but the kids want shoot-em up games–and we make billions on them–so lets make more […]


Tackling Read-Aloud Homeschool Books (& Freebie!)

A big part of our school day is reading aloud. My 7 and 9 year old boys read 2-3 books aloud to me  daily, and I read Bible, history, and science aloud to them. I dumped out all our baskets of books on the family room floor to sort. I sorted the reading books by […]

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Tackling a Stuffed Closet

A stuffed closet is mentally draining.  The clutter of  clothes that do not look good on you or or don’t fit will only cause frustration. Getting dressed in the morning sets the tone for the entire day. If your closet is a  perpetual state of disorder you start out each day irritated. I bought these […]

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Organizing Our Homeschool Area

I organized our homeschool area this week. Our “school room” is the dining room table. I used to keep everything in a near by closet to keep the clutter out of sight but its much easier having everything at hand. We are homeschoolers, this is our lifestyle. My home will never look like a magazine […]

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Random Homeschool Happenings

Here are photos of our boys homeschooling (painting, baking, measuring, mixing, cutting and building.)

“When our eyes see our hands doing the work of our hearts, the circle of Creation is completed inside us, the doors of our souls fly open, and love steps forth to heal everything in sight.” –Michael Bridge


Help for Those Making Homeschool Decisions

But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Matthew 6:31-34 What is the Biggest Mistake Made by Homeschoolers? Everyone Has a World View: Do You […]

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4H Youth Day at Our County Fair

This has been a super week. We’ve been going to the Agriculture Center every day for the Bedford County Fair. Tuesday night the Horse Whisperer spoke. We learned a lot about connecting with horses and working with them instead of against them. Yesterday afternoon was 4H Youth Day. The participants played games,  ran relay races, […]

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