{Giveaway!} Reformation Resources For A Unit Study

the reformation resources unit study

  October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed the Ninety-five Theses to a church door. His actions lead to what we now know as The Reformation. This year is the 500th Anniversary of that event! What was it all about? Rather than provide a summary of this important event in church history, I have pulled together aRead more

What If Your Child Is Sheltered? (homeschool myths & truths)

What If Your Child Is Sheltered? Homeschool Myths & Truths

  I am including this little ‘disclaimer’ because I know that I have readers who do not homeschool and you read my blog for Christian encouragement and/or homemaking tips. Yes, I know people who went to public school for their entire education and are godly men and women as adults (including my own siblings), butRead more

Our Favorite Elementary Early American History Literature

Our Favorite Elementary Early American History Literature

  We have completely and totally fallen in love with using ‘living books‘ as our spine for history. Early American History Literature based on real events made the history of our country’s founding come to life for us this year! There are several history literature guides to choose from, but I am not going toRead more

Reading List For Homeschool Moms

Reading List For Homeschool Moms

  My current life season is made up of mothering and homeschooling my children. So, it makes sense that my current reading list reflects that. I rarely read books for purely entertainment purposes anymore. And, when I do, it is because I am reading it out loud to my children as part of our homeschoolingRead more

I’m Not Cut Out To Homeschool (homeschool myths & truths)

I'm Not Cut Out To Homeschool (homeschool myths & truths)

  Have you thought about homeschooling but are scared that you are not ‘cut out to homeschool’ or (worse) you have family members who are questioning your ability to teach your children? I recently chatted with the checkout girl when paying for our groceries and since I was on the way home from our homeschoolRead more