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Nurturing Rhythms and Rest in the Homeschool Journey

Homeschooling is more than just an educational choice; it’s a lifestyle. In a recent conversation with Lyndsey Mimnagh, a seasoned homeschooling mom and creator of the Treehouse Schoolhouse curriculum, we delved into the intricacies of homeschool rhythms, rest and renewal, and finding balance in the homeschooling journey. Homeschool Routines Lyndsey shared her approach to homeschooling, […]

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4 Reasons to Use Single-Player Games in Your Homeschool

Discover the enriching world of single-player games and how they can bring value to your homeschool day. In her insightful guest post, Melissa Brander shares four compelling reasons why incorporating single-player games into your homeschool curriculum can be both educational and enjoyable. From enhancing critical thinking skills to accommodating children at different learning levels, Melissa

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4 Top Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself As A Homeschooling Mom

4 Top Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself As A Homeschool Mom

My friend Jessica Waldock has inspired me over the past couple years as she’s prioritized her own physical health and mental wellness in the midst of a full working homeschool mom life. I am delighted to bring this guest post to you from Jessica. She puts her own self care principles into practice and encourages

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Intentional Homeschooling: Finding Your Family’s Rhythm

Welcome to another delightful episode of Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology! In this episode, we sit down with Kristen from Pearls and Oak, a first-generation homeschooling mom deeply committed to nurturing her daughter’s education while embarking on a learning journey alongside her. Rooted in their Christian faith, Kristen’s family finds inspiration in shared passions

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The Reality Of Homeschooling An Only Child

Homeschooling an only child is different. There are many benefits, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Homeschooling an only child also comes with a few challenges.  Ultimately, the reality of homeschooling an only child is that it’s different. Whether you only have one child or you’re just homeschooling one for a different reason, there are

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Balancing Structure and Flexibility in Homeschooling an Only Child | An Eclectic Approach

Y’all know I’m passionate about the idea that homeschooling can combine both structure and flexibility, especially as we nurture the unique, individual learners in our homes. Today’s guest post offers a captivating glimpse into Laura’s journey nurturing her gifted son’s education. Delve into her eclectic approach (which seamlessly blends structured learning with the freedom to

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Charlotte Mason Inspired: Little Learners, Learning Challenges, and the Cultivation of Habits

Leah Martin offers valuable insights into applying Charlotte Mason principles to the early years of homeschooling and adapting them to best work for children with special needs. We also discuss home education in the little years, the cultivation of habit, and the sanctifying work of motherhood. Discovering Charlotte Mason education Leah’s introduction to Charlotte Mason

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