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In a world turned upside down where right is wrong and wrong is right we need to be ever on the alert when it comes to the kind of material our children are reading, including what they are reading for school. We cannot assume that just because a book looks cute, was written by an Continue Reading →

Many of us are already getting excited about planning the coming school year. We will consider the needs of each of our children, what worked, what didn’t, what improvements need to be made, and how we will do it all without breaking the bank! After seventeen years of homeschooling, I can confidentially say I am an expert at Continue Reading →

My husband and I knew from the get-go that neither of our active and equally creative sons would have thrived in an overladen textbook environment. Nor would we have wanted them to. While investigating various homeschool philosophies, we hit on two which when combined would fit our family perfectly: Charlotte Mason and Unit Studies. Unbeknownst Continue Reading →