Embrace Sabbath rest in your homeschool

Unless your faith tradition has strict rules and accountability for observing the Sabbath as a day of rest, your homeschooling family may struggle with the concept. What does God's admonition to "Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy" in Exodus 20:8 even look like in our modern world? Of course, most of us go … Continue reading Embrace Sabbath rest in your homeschool

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A dozen classic books to save for your grandkids

  When I became a grandma, I bought an iPad for the sole purpose of downloading colorful Kindle books and engaging apps for babies. It has been surprising and encouraging to me that my two grandbabies actually prefer real books. Happily, we are prepared for hours of reading courtesy of all our children's books which … Continue reading A dozen classic books to save for your grandkids

Free gift for Homeschool Teacher Appreciation Day

Homeschool parents have one of the toughest (and most wonderful) jobs in the world! So in honor of Homeschool Teacher Appreciation Day, I'm offering Let's Go! Field Trips for Teachers, Homeschoolers and Active Families free of charge all weekend (April 21 through 25, 2016). This compilation of creative activities offers pre- and post-trip suggestions, key … Continue reading Free gift for Homeschool Teacher Appreciation Day