Start Here for Whole Life Homeschooling
If you are looking for help with either starting homeschooling, or looking for ways to make your homeschool fit your family then this is a great place to start.
I believe homeschooling is an extension of our parenting role – an opportunity to teach and train the whole child: their spiritual, moral, emotional, social, intellectual and physical.
Homeschooling brought such fun and opportunity to our family – I’d love to share the journey with you.
Discipleship is passing on of values,
one generation to the next.
Discipleship Approach – A discipleship approach to homeschool creates a whole-life focus where we teach, train, guide and help our kids to grow in every aspect of their life.
Key Articles if you are Starting Homeschool: Starting to homeschool can be an overwhelming time – here are key articles to help you on your way.
A Homeschool Scope and Sequence for the Whole Child: The scope and sequence tells you what you will cover and when in your homeschool. As a discipleship homeschool it needs to reflect the whole-life approach.
Working with a Discipleship Scope and Sequence: When we use a discipleship scope and sequence for our homeschool our planning lessons and studying will look different than at school.
Choosing Curriculum for Discipleship Homeschool: Once you decide to homeschool you want to choose curriculum – but make sure it fits your whole goals to teach and train your children with a heart focus.
Yes you can Homeschool Highschool: Once you decide to homeschool you want to choose curriculum – but make sure it fits your whole goals to teach and train your children with a heart focus.
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The idea that children are persons is one of the first principles that Charlotte Mason lays out in her writings. We need to consider this concept, not because Charlotte Mason said it, but because it is a scriptural truth. God knew each one of us before the foundations...read more
Even when we try and reduce our busyness and stay at home more we still find ourselves in the car often. This time can be wasted time or it can be used to our fullest advantage. When Peter and I were engaged I had yet to meet his folks so we took an all day drive up...read more
Next week is the Australian Homeschooling Summit – and you are all invited! It is a free online event over two weeks (between 15th and 27th May). We are all busy mums so taking in one session a day is a great idea! You can join us from wherever you are in the world...read more
What our children find hard will differ to what we find hard. They struggle in math, numbers are your thing; they hate writing, you find using words easy; you love sport, and they are not interested; you can say no easily, they always want to say yes; you love being...read more
Pinterest is amazing – It is like having an endless supply of ideas and inspiration right there at your fingertips. For anything: for parenting, homeschooling, homemaking, gift giving, and marriage advice – you name it, it is there in Pinterest. But not only that,...read more
When we let our lifestyle create learning opportunities for our family it is easy to become complaisant and take life as it comes, knowing that our children are learning. And yet, that isn't the fullest picture that I try to paint here on my blog as it doesn't...read more