Freedom in Homeschooling. Guest post by Meghan Joy Yancy


  A little about the author: Meghan Yancy lives in Minnesota with her husband and their 6 kids. She is a writer, influencer, blogger, author, artist and has her own business with Young Living Essential Oils. She has been homeschooling her kids for 5 years now and recently retired from her husband from his assistant… Continue reading Freedom in Homeschooling. Guest post by Meghan Joy Yancy

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Homeschool freedom series


Homeschooling, it's hard. That's the truth but there's more to Homeschooling. There are so many reasons I absolutely love being able to teach my children at home. One of my favorite is the FREEDOM we get. The freedom to slow down, speed up, or stop when needed to examine our children's hearts. The freedom to… Continue reading Homeschool freedom series

The Good & The Beautiful L.A curriculum preview


The Good & The Beautiful makes THE best language arts course. Hands down! Every state is different so they have different state laws on what to teach. WA state requires us to teach 11 subjects and this curriculum has 6 of the subjects in ONE course. It's open and go, it has amazing color and… Continue reading The Good & The Beautiful L.A curriculum preview

Multiplications through song, an easier way to learn


Today I want to share a very neat homeschool curriculum with y'all. M U L T I P L I C A T I O N S ugh. For people like me they were no fun. Anyone else? Did anyone have a hard time remembering multiplications as much as I did growing up? Man it… Continue reading Multiplications through song, an easier way to learn

What’s our homeschool schedule look like this year and the change I was lead to make.


When it comes to homeschooling, you can take many approaches and I think that's what's so beautiful about this lifestyle. Gosh there are people who do: 7 days a week (short hours) 5 days a week (6 hours) 5 days a week (short hours) 4 days a week (long hours) 4 days a week (short… Continue reading What’s our homeschool schedule look like this year and the change I was lead to make.

Amazing news from, “The good and the beautiful” homeschool curriculum you DON’T want to miss! This is how you can help us


I'm so extremely excited, if you follow my blog or social media you'll know that our family homeschools. When we decided to homeschool we knew that we wanted our children to experience a rich education surrounded by great reading. Not just any reading, I mean good, reading that touches the soul as we get to… Continue reading Amazing news from, “The good and the beautiful” homeschool curriculum you DON’T want to miss! This is how you can help us

Homeschool resource, why you need this!


Ok so I need to hop on here real quick to share with you all an amazing homeschool resource for your littles! I don't know about you but I love fun colorful pages with amazing animations that captures the attention of a child and that teach them valuable skills. Today I wanted to share with… Continue reading Homeschool resource, why you need this!

Homeschool curriculum review: “The good and the beautiful.”


Today I wanted to share with you guys a review that I've so long waited to share! Homeschool curriculum review: Language arts. "The good and the beautiful" Specifically: 3rd grade It comes with: Course companion Challenge words 2 favorite classics readers 1 student course book Let's look at some pictures so you can get a… Continue reading Homeschool curriculum review: “The good and the beautiful.”

Homeschool curriculum 2017-2018 


Alright so as many of you know, we decided to homeschool the girls if you haven't already please feel free to read up on that here.  After so many late nights of reading reviews, reading on my children's learning styles and praying. We have decided on the curriculum we will be using this year, I say… Continue reading Homeschool curriculum 2017-2018 

How we learn multiplications 


I'm not sure about you but multiplication was always something I struggle with at school. When Evelyn started learning her multiplications she ran into the same problem as I did when I was a child, the girl learns the same way I do repetitive and spiral learning with hands-on, something public school wasn't doing for… Continue reading How we learn multiplications