Freedom to Invest

In the last three issues, we have been considering these homeschooling freedoms: We are free to slow down the pace; We are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance; We are free to give all of our kids a customized...

Freedom to Make It Fit

As homeschoolers, we have a freedom to give all of our kids a customized education—one that meets their specific needs. But what does that mean? How does that work? And is it really possible (given your busy life)? That’s what we want to talk about today. These...

Freedom to Love, Assure & Accept

Last week, we considered the freedom we have as homeschool parents to slow down the pace. Today, let’s talk about how we are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance. The model in our memory of how teachers act and...

Freedom & Liberty to Learn

One of the richest blessings of teaching our kids at home is the freedom it provides: We are free to slow down the pace; We are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance; We are free to give all of our kids a customized...

Last Call for Online Course

Each of my 3 online world history courses begin in THREE weeks. IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN! This continues to be an incredible journey. From the very beginning of creating the History Revealed curriculum, I wanted to see students free to enjoy the process of...

Homeschool Conventions—My mistake

If you’re planning to attend a homeschool convention this year, here is a true, but slightly embarrassing, story:Two years after I had begun homeschooling, a convention for homeschoolers was held not far from my home. With great expectations, I marched into...