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8 Ways to Study the Medieval Times

Has your child studied the times of knights, castles and chivalry? The medieval times are one of the most intriguing and captivating times where children can learn about devotion to honor, courtesy, valor, gentleness and gallantry. This is the time period that my 8th... read more

How to Implement Book Time for Toddlers

  Book time has always been an important part of our home routines.  All four of our children have had a time when ‘quiet’ book time was a required part of the day.  This usually became obvious during the two-five years of age when the child seems to... read more

Why Toddlers Need Book Time

Long before we decided to homeschool, we ensured that our first child has plenty of books at her disposal at any time of the day. I’m not sure why I made that conscious effort to secure many different kinds of book all those years ago, but the benefits that I... read more

How to Empower Your Husband to Be the Head of Your Home

I cringe to think of the early years of our marriage and how I stood in the way of my husband being the head of our home. My strong personality, coupled with his easy-go personality, were the starting point of what our marriage had to endure from the beginning.... read more

How To Prepare Your Children to Stay Home Alone

Do you ever wonder how people leave their children home alone? As a mother of four, with over 21 years of experience, I have had to do this quite a few times. My first time doing it, I felt like my heart was going to jump out of my chest, and every imaginable thing... read more

Top 5 Kitchen Tools that Save Money

We all love to learn ways to save money, but we prefer to save it without having to do extra work. Since 2000, I have been making a lot of my own food from scratch to help save money on our family budget. These are my top 5 kitchen tools that help save money, while... read more

DIY Reading Lesson Cards For Learning On the Go

When a child begins to journey of reading, practice is the most important thing to having success. Once a child starts to learn the wonderful way of blending sounds together to make words, the magic for them has just started and the written language begins to come... read more

A Hands-on Approach to Dictation

Does your child struggle with grammar, and get overwhelmed with implementing dictation? Out of my own child’s struggle with learning and implementing grammar rules during lessons, I decided to get creative and come up with a way to help him. This hands-on... read more

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