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Sonlight Science D homeschool curriculum discover and do

What’s Working in Our Homeschool Right Now: Sonlight Science D

Homeschooling provides constant opportunities to pivot in the midst of changing family seasons, shifting interests, and varying ages. This has been brought home to me in a unique way this homeschool year in the midst of my youngest son’s medical crisis. Homeschooling in the midst of this challenging season has required flexibility on the part […]

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Beautiful Feet Literature Based U.S. Geography Homeschool Curriculum for Intermediate Grades

Literature Based U.S. Geography Homeschool Curriculum for Intermediate Grades

Our family prefers to go textbook-free whenever possible, following rabbit trails related to topics we’re studying through beautiful memory work, good books, documentaries, music, and more. Learning is always more delightful when it’s designed to ignite curiosity, foster wonder, and encourage further exploration! That’s why I was so excited for the opportunity to check out

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Kings Meadow humanities homeschool high school history curriculum StandFast REVIEW

Kings Meadow Humanities from StandFast: Homeschool High School History Curriculum Review

As I look back on my own experience as a homeschooled high school student, the Kings Meadow Humanities Curriculum from StandFast emerges in my mind as perhaps the most foundational course of all. Through Dr. George Grant’s lectures I learned so much more than facts about history (though copious amounts of facts were indeed covered).

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Homeschool Conversations podcast Season 6 episode 1 Listener Q&A

Listener Q&A: Homeschool Conversations is BACK with podcast Season 6

My daughter, Emma, joins me as cohost for our second Listener Q&A episode! Listen in to hear lots of laughter and some teen snark, plus answers to YOUR burning questions. Here in the show notes, I’ll summarize a bit of what we discussed and include links to the resources I mentioned. I know that I

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At Home Pre-K Curriculum for the Uncertain (or Reluctant) Homeschooler

If the past few years have taught us anything, they’ve shown us that our expectations and plans may face unexpected changes. Maybe you’re tentatively planning to homeschool your preschooler, but you want to make sure they’re ready for a traditional Kindergarten experience next year. Or maybe you’re considering homeschooling long-term, but you feel uncertain in

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