Category Archives: Homeschool
Something has been pushing, molding, and brewing in my mind lately. And I just can’t help shake it. It’s like God tapping me directly on the shoulder. Reminding me that- Somethings have to change!! For the sake of his blessing … Continue reading
It feels like summer here in Tennessee. Warm nights, hot days, and no rain. Our back yard doesn’t need mowing because the majority of it is brown. But that’s not the best of it…. We have storage buckets for pools… … Continue reading
This week we are working through the Ambleville Online website. I chose to go the path the site recommends. The only thing, we had to use the books that are Ipad friendly, or shall I say, internet able. We just … Continue reading
This week we have been extremely lazy. Not really, the kids did a lot, a little, what ever.. they did SCHOOLwork . Spelling, Reading, Science, History, Math, everything really…. I personally binged watched a few Netflix shows (The Messengers, The Lost Castles of England, (kids) … Continue reading
Do you struggle with scheduling your homeschool year? I know I do! I think every year that I have scheduled our life away, it pretty much doesn’t go as planned! I always just ending up marking when we do days … Continue reading
Have you ever went through a photo album or notebook to see what went on in the WAY BACK? Well, I did with this blog. And this is what I found out…
Welcome to a new post of the ever so absent Pious Homemaking Blog. Today, I’m talking about our last few months, or year, of HOMESCHOOLING. For starters, as some may know, I am an advocate for Biblical Schoolilng and Unschooling. … Continue reading
You know that moment in life where you just want to pause. That one moment where everything is perfect. The house is clean, the car is spotless, the kids are bathed and sparkling clean, the pantry is stocked, and your shop … Continue reading
This little life of mine. I’m going to let it shine. Let it shine. Let it shine. Let it shine… This little Autumn Life of OURS!!
In our household, we choose to school year round. Doing so allows us to skip the review and move forward. There is no forgetting anything; we just move right into the next object of learning. And it does work. But….