Torah in your school day

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall […]

Teaching Early American History

I know as we look around, it can be discouraging to try and teach our children the amazing history of America. This country has chosen, for the most part, the low and immoral route. Yet, when we look at our beginnings, this country was founded on firm Biblical principles. I have made a fresh effort […]

How to fill your homeschool library

A family homeschool library doesn’t need to be huge or take up a lot of space, if it is created with thought. It should be built with solid resources and classics. Passing interests can be researched at a public library. In today’s post, I’d like to explore some of the key book categories that deserve […]

Nature study in winter

Nature study has always been a big part of my life. When I was little, my dad would walk around the yard with me and tell the names of the flowers and trees. I have done the same with my children. Nature study doesn’t have to be fancy. We just need to learn to observe […]

Preparing for school with your planner

While we love to just let the learning happen at our house, I still always enter a new school year with a solid plan. I decide on subjects that will be studied, collect books to use, and lay out a rough plan for the year. I made a video of how I use the homeschool […]

What I believe about creation, and why it matters

I think I will start by simply saying that I have believed in a flat earth for many years. I have kept it to myself, even though I have studied the topic extensively and am very committed in my belief. As I was talking to my husband the other evening, I realized that I often […]

Teaching children about cash

It is fun to watch how children work with cash differently as they grow older. I was recently at the video game store with my 14-year-old son. He was certain he had enough to pay for his game and nerf gun without help. So, he flung, yes flung, his money on the counter. To his […]

Proverbs 6:6-11 lesson plan

Looking for a simple way to incorporate some Scripture and simple learning into your homeschool? These worksheets and resources are just the thing. The worksheets can be downloaded by simply clicking on the button under the worksheet heading. They have a verse for copywork, and some simple science or history related activities to go with […]

Getting ready for school

school planning

It’s that time of year again! It’s time to figure out what we are doing for school this year. I have a bit of eclectic approach leaning towards Charlotte Mason when it comes to homeschooling. This means that each year may look a bit different. I’ve kept some constants, which I will share, but I […]

Scripture copywork printable August

scripture copywork

Oh, how we need our days filled with truth! We need to come to the table and eat the bread that YHVH has provided. I hope you have or are working on a routine that reminds you to spend time in the Word every day. I am super excited to offer you a free printable […]