• Home Education
  • My Homeschool Game Plan in 5!

    So, it’s officially “Back to Homeschool!”  And, we’ve been having a great time – how about you? We have really swapped things up this year, and have tried a totally new combination. It’s been working great, but we are definitely taking some time to get into new habits. So, in a nutshell here’s our Fall 2016. 10th […]

  • Curriculum
  • Review of Science4Us and Time4Learning


    We’ve been homeschooling for (what seems like) a million years. LOL! Not really, but it’s been over 11. All of those years have been homeschooling 5 or more kiddos at once. If any of you are in that same boat, you know that it isn’t easy to get it all done without working smarter!  One […]

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  • Taking the First Step

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    Making that Decision to Homeschool You’ve been thinking about this for a long time, right? I did too! Finally, I took that first – most difficult – step! Starting down the homeschooling path isn’t easy, but it is a decision that will bring results. For many, beginning to homeschool was a decision that was fueled […]

  • Encouragement
  • Rejoice Evermore…


    I am one of those people that really tries (emphasis on try) to make things practical. This carries over into my spiritual life as well. I believe that all things in life work together for God’s glory. Though I may not understand it, He has the beginning and the end worked out. So, as I read […]

  • Current Events
  • Common Core – The Truth from a Homeschool Perspective

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    I recently read the article The Truth about Common Core in the Guardian. I loved the fact that they presented several different views of the common core. However, since I homeschool the one on homeschooling really seemed to stand out to me. What is your opinion about the Common Core? The view from home-school By […]

  • Home Education
  • Summer Literature

    Summer Literature

    Summer Literature – Big Adventure – Small Investment Yes, most of us just don’t have the budget to see amazing sights and have the dream vacation that we would love. So, this summer instead of just being dissapointed about not have that perfect vacation… take your own “book-cation!” A vacation with a book. Sure, you […]

  • Curriculum
  • Should all Juniors Take the PSAT?

    I just recently wrote an article on Homeschoolers and the PSAT for Let’s Homeschool High School. This article made me aware of several things. First, I wanted to share the info with my friends here at MomSCHOOL because there are some super benefits from taking the PSAT! First of all some of you may be […]

  • Home Education
  • Simple Tips for Teaching Homeschool Science

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    I love teaching my children science, especially when we do it right. It can be the most exciting part of  our day! You see, that’s the key – science is simply a study of life and the things around us. You can’t simply do science out of textbook and be done with it! There is […]

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  • Been Hopping? Here’s a few homeschool blog hops I’ve hopped on…

    I like the Enchanted Homeschooling Mom’s Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop… There are several really great posts here to check out! We also shared on Love2Learn2Day’s blog hop Math Monday! I also really love this one… Scripture and a Snapshot! Take a picture and then make sure you have a scripture in your blog post for […]

  • Current Events
  • Back to School – Five Tips for Making it Real!


    Yep, so here we go… back to school… In some ways, it is thoroughly refreshing, yet in others it’s like a huge heavy wave washing over me! (Ugh, washing – reminds me I have about 4 loads backed up as I write…) So, in reality that wave might be the huge landfill of clothing that […]