30 Ways to Celebrate the Lenten Season in Your Homeschool

DISCLOSURE: Affiliate links are used on this site and may be used in this post. 30 Ways to Celebrate the Lenten Season in Your Homeschool Today marks the beginning of the Lenten season for those of the Christian faith around the world. Originating as an annual Catholic tradition, Lent has evolved into a widespread custom … Continue reading 30 Ways to Celebrate the Lenten Season in Your Homeschool

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How to Engage Your Inquiry-Based Homeschool Student

Guest post by: Dr. Maria Wheeler-Dubas It is always a pleasure to encounter others in the homeschool community in the Pittsburgh area. Recently, when reviewing some of the valuable workshops provided by Phipps Conservatory, I discovered that the educator of some of the classes was a former homeschool student herself! When Dr. Wheeler-Dubas agreed to share … Continue reading How to Engage Your Inquiry-Based Homeschool Student

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From Public School Student to Homeschooling Teacher: My Dirty Little Secret

Being still relatively new to homeschooling, I find myself constantly referencing methods from experienced homeschooling families. As with any aspect of parenting, I want to do this “right.” Honestly, isn’t that what we all want? I mean, does anyone really jump into anything hoping they will screw it up? On a daily basis we are … Continue reading From Public School Student to Homeschooling Teacher: My Dirty Little Secret