Blog Posts - Homeschooling

I’m So Glad It’s Friday!

By Sharon Duncan Every Saturday, I work a twelve-hour shift at the local hospital as a Registered Nurse. It is a rewarding career, to be sure. I earn a good income for a minimal time investment away from my family, and it is definitely a ministry opp...
by Hunter Happenings on Dec 9, 2016

Spiritual Kids... the E-course. What is it?

 I wanted to touch base with you one last time about the promotional period of Spiritual Kids, the e-course.Tomorrow at 5pm EST it goes from $77 to $147, and although I hate to sound salesy, I want to make sure you know about it. Especially in t...
by Parenting From Source on Dec 8, 2016

Five Reasons Your 5-Year-Old Needs A Planner

By Sharla Orren When my 11-year-old son started using a planner, of course his little brother “needed” a planner as well. I will admit that I thought it sounded crazy that a 5-year-old would even use a planner. Even my mom laughed at me, saying,...
by Hunter Happenings on Aug 30, 2016

Enjoy 15% Off Any Subscription During Little Passports' Back to School Sale!

**The links in this post are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link.The Little Passports Back to School sale is here, and it is the perfect chance to get your young explorer ready for th...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on Aug 5, 2016

Preparing for a New Homeschool Year

Use these tips for a fresh year in homeschooling!
by Hunter Happenings on Aug 4, 2016

Reading the Bible: Lessons for Teens

Teach Bible lessons to your teens in cost-effective, engaging ways!
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 30, 2016

Homeschooling with a Preschooler in Tow

Are you looking for educational activities to keep your preschoolers busy?
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 21, 2016

My Report Card

The Summer O’ Fun has been successful in that my children are so tired they don’t know up from down.  But it’s about to kill me.  I have to keep a cheat sheet in the van so that I remember who I’m supposed to have with me, where they are he...
by Fiddledeedee on Jul 18, 2016

Bring Audio Adventures to Your Family!

Read this homeschool mom’s review of educational Christian audiobooks!
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 12, 2016

Tips for Homeschooling Multiple Kids

Taking on the task of homeschooling just one child can really be difficult, but when it comes to homeschooling multiple children at once...that is a real challenge! When it comes to homeschooling multiple children of different ages things can get a b...
by Life With 4 Boys on Jul 8, 2016

How to install arduino driver Software (IDE) on ubuntu 16.04

Chayapol want to learning arudino microcontroller for making the robot. Now he like ubuntu os because it very fast and good no ads and no virus. He like to play minecrafe game on this os it very fast and smooth. How to install arduino driver Software...

Top Ten Lesser-Known Patriots of the Revolution

Teach your children about these little-known patriots!
by Hunter Happenings on Jun 30, 2016

Finding Balance When Parenting a Special Needs Child

Are you trying to successfully parent a special needs child?
by Hunter Happenings on Jun 28, 2016

The Homeschool Convention, or as I like to call it, Summer Camp for Weary Moms

I find myself right smack dab in the early part of summer.  And I have a span of time wherein I do not have to cart children off to whatever respective camp.  Hence, I have WORDS and time to WRITE THEM. We ended our school year in May, and I made t...
by Fiddledeedee on Jun 20, 2016

Between Plans you find Help

So here’s the thing.I was writing a little post... um ok, a rather long post... on sensitive children and tapping into their deeper essence, while offering tools for awareness to them... and then my computer had an issue and needed to restart. Post...
by Parenting From Source on May 31, 2016

Three Ways to Learn All Summer Long

Are you wondering what to do with your kids over the summer?
by Hunter Happenings on May 12, 2016

Love is Work

I feel it bubble up within me at the oddest times. Usually while I'm washing dishes, or making dinner, folding laundry or sweeping up. When my kids are all running around the backyard when they should be inside helping and I can see them laughing fro...

Interview with a Homeschool Mom

  Have you ever wanted a peek into the life of a homeschool mom?  Maybe you’re considering homeschooling.  Or maybe you’re already homeschooling and just want a glimpse into another homeschool family’s life.  This week I was...
by There's Just One Mommy on May 2, 2016

Review of Rhythm of Handwriting from Logic of English

Are you looking for a cursive writing curriculum for your child?
by Hunter Happenings on Apr 21, 2016

Living with Sensory Processing Disorder

Does your child struggle with sensory processing disorder?
by Hunter Happenings on Apr 12, 2016

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