The Best Educational Books From Usborne (For A Christian Homeschool)

The Best Educational Books From Usborne (For A Christian Homeschool)

  Usborne Books & More is a secular company, so their books are not meant to be “Christian”. However, there are educational books from Usborne that can be used successfully in a Christian homeschool without compromising Christian values. At first, I was kind of turned off by the secular tone in a lot of the Usborne books,Read more

Grapevine Studies Review

  Grapevine Studies is a neat company that has Bible study books for kids to “stick figure through the Bible”. They desire to simplify planning for the parents, make the lessons enjoyable for the students, and help parents raise disciples. We received the student Old Testament 1: Level 1 Creation to Jacob book for ages 6-8, the additionalRead more

A REAL Look Into The Life Of Our Homeschooling-Special Needs-Large Family

This is the last installment of the Real Life Homeschooling blog hop hosted by the Schoolhouse Review Crew. Today I am sharing about our life as a homeschooling, special/medical needs, large family of 9 (7 children 10 and younger). I don’t often share about our everyday life because I choose to fully embrace our life as is and focus onRead more

How We Do Preschool + Lower Elementary Grades

how we do preschool + lower elementary grades in our homeschool!

We choose a very relaxed approach to learning until our children are closer to 8. This was not always the case, in fact, our oldest was doing seat work and learning to read at age 4. However, I learned with him that pushing seat work, and writing/penmanship specifically, was actually harmful to his education. He wasRead more