We still cannot homeschool full time due to the recent death in the family and its aftermath. There are many tasks we have to do and this is the time to do it. Nothing can wait.
Our daughter next to our truck, full of donations for the Food Ministry Second Hand Store
One day at a time, we wake up, discuss the situation, and decide which subjects we can tackle and which subjects we can leave for Christmas break. We already see ourselves doing some school through the end of December and the beginning of January. Continue reading »
Homeschooling is becoming more and more popular thanks to the internet and the low quality of public education. The internet offers plenty of resources to help Moms and Dads everywhere put together the very best educational standards for their children. It has also provided the means for other homeschooling parents to connect and exchange ideas. For many parents, this means the days of isolation and loneliness are over. We can find the information we need to help our children, or we can find someone else who knows.
Some Moms are taking it a step further. Community groups of homeschool educators are forming all over the place. This means that we can open our homes up to other kids and parents to facilitate more group learning. Or, we meet in a neutral building. In the US, these homeschool classrooms are called co-ops.Continue reading »