Every child is a masterpiece at the Christian Homeschool Hub. Lynda Watts Ackert is the famous curriculum writer and developer at the Hub who developed the first ever download club. Lynda started her website in 2010 and shortly after it was started I found it. All through the years we have been friends online … Continue reading Every Child is a Masterpiece
We are all winners in God's eyes. This past weekend was one of the biggest giveaways I have seen for homeschool curriculum. Did you see it? I hope so. I tried to get the word to you. Well if you did, the winners were picked this morning. See if your name was on the list. … Continue reading WAIT! Before you buy see if you are a winner.
Did your parents ever tell you, "Money doesn't grow on trees.", after you asked for something you saw at a store? Maybe saw an ad on t.v. Or back in my day, thumbing through the Sears catalog toy section. Uh! Huh! Well today it is still true. Too bad too because it would make life … Continue reading Thrifty Homeschoolers – Because Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees
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Saving money is huge! Especially for homeschool families. A lot of us start small with only one child but then we wind up getting blessed with more. What if you were to have 6 kids going through homeschool with more on the way? Even just two can be daunting. And as one of my friends … Continue reading 4 Simple Ways to Save on Curriculum
Complaining is a way of life, for some people. "I don't like this..." "I don't like that …" "I wouldn't do it that way." "They should do it this way…" Wa! Wa! Wa! Who likes to be around a complainer? I know I don't. Unfortunately complaining can be contagious. It is like a black hole … Continue reading You Don’t Pray, You Don’t Complain
Holy buckets am I pleased! When this idea of blogging about attending homeschool conventions crammed full and guaranteeing fun, I thought it would be eye opening. Eye opening in a behind the scenes National Enquirer kind of way. I am extremely happy that I was wrong. Of course I will be writing about my experiences … Continue reading Attend Homeschool Conventions Crammed Full with Fun Guaranteed
Recently we all celebrated Easter which usually means family gets together, cooks, eats and communicate. Ours was especially nice since two of our three children came to our house. Since our children are adults it is hard to be all in one place all at one time. This year we came close to being the … Continue reading Recipe for a Happy Family
Missions have been on my heart ever since I was a teenager and heard the amazing stories of missionaries who came back home on furlough. I love missionary stories. The main thing I learned from the missionaries as everything they did was all for the glory of God. At one point I thought I was … Continue reading Mission Trips – All for the Glory of God
The growth of Homeschool Inspired Spanish from the beginning. Kids can be so hard on their parents. California breeds a lot of them that way. Luckily for me rebellion didn't completely rub its ugly head on my personality, only partly. Parents dreams or God's Plan? When adults have children they have dreams for their kids. … Continue reading Homeschool Inspired Spanish from the Beginning