I’m a polyglot, homeschooling mom, author, speaker, blogger, and newspaper columnist. I am married to my best friend. We have two healthy children, our greatest treasure. Our son is nine years old and in fourth grade (school year 2017-2018). Our daughter is seven years old and in second grade. We have been homeschooling them for five years now, since Day 1 of Kindergarten. We live in Gatlinburg, TN – the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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My teaching approach is eclectic, with a classical–Charlotte Mason–Moore Formula emphasis. Our school spirit has something to do with black bears, as these creatures visit our backyard on a regular basis.
About Homeschool Ways
This blog tells the story of our homeschooling journey while sharing ideas and information relating to homeschooling in general. I review curriculum, books and educational kits, and experiment with different schedules and methods.
In homeschooling, there is no one-size-fits-all approach or method. Children learn in so many different ways. That’s the beauty of homeschooling: it allows for a tailored approach.
In this blog, I talk about our experience. You are entitled to your own opinion. Whether you agree or disagree with the ideas listed on this blog, you are welcome to comment. For your information, comment moderation is turned on.
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