I am so thankful that I was homeschooled for 10-12 grades. I am thankful for the opportunity to homeschool my own children. I am learning as I go, right along with my children. The articles I write are part of my journey. I am not an expert, but I know that if you can teach something to someone else, you have mastered it yourself. This is my effort to become a master. 🙂 Someday I know it will happen.
You will notice that my weekly homeschool summaries are called Rubber boot homeschool. I love to wear my very colorful rubber boots. It makes me feel unique. We are all unique, and that fact should be celebrated. We each do things a little differently, and that is exactly what our Creator wants. So be unique! Homeschool your children with some personality. Give your children yourself, in all its color.
I hope you enjoy these articles. Maybe they will be helpful to you. Maybe not. Either way, I benefited from writing them. Shalom, and happy homeschooling.
School blow by blow (Fall 2012) – the start of our journey with the Robinson Curriculum
- routine: schedules and timers
- homemaking: butchering a sheep, baking, cleaning bathrooms
- homemaking: butchering a sheep
- history: cattail weaving
- toddlers: language development
- history: Babylon
- homemaking: baking
- history: compare everything to Torah
- geography: seven continents
- history: the value of living books
- routine: developing an evening routine
- spontaneity while homeschooling
- routine: using a picture chart
- suggestions for Torah studies
- a recommended art book
Children’s Torah notebook – This is a neat idea to help you teach your children the commands in Scripture.
Homeschooling radio interview – In this interview, I talk about how to incorporate Torah studies into your homeschool day.
Copywork – Everything you ever wanted to know about this very useful tool.
Hebrew resources – A page full of tools to help you learn Hebrew.