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Morning Time Memory Work Free Plans January 2022

Morning Time and Memory Work Plan January 2022

Hi friends! A New Year and a new school semester are approaching, which means it’s time to plan our Morning Time and memory work for the month. In the post-holiday doldrums, I think it’s especially beneficial to prioritize our Morning Time routine. In fact, our first couple days back to “school” will likely just consist …

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Freedom and Flexibility in Our Homeschools (with Emily Copeland)

What a joy to chat with Emily Copeland in this week’s Homeschool Conversations episode. Heading into a new year and a new homeschool semester, her encouragement to under-plan and over-deliver, her focus on relationships and the individual persons in our homes, and her experience overcoming the need to prove herself and moving into a place …

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Music in Our Homeschool (with Gena Mayo)

Gena Mayo joins us on this week’s podcast episode to chat all about her experience homeschooling 8 children, with a special focus on including music appreciation in our homeschool life. You’ll also love her advice for the new homeschool mama. Read, watch, or listen to this week’s installment of “Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology.” …

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Convivial Homeschool: Gospel Encouragement for Living and Learning Alongside Your Kids (with Mystie Winckler)

Homeschool mamas are often tired and discouraged. We long to hear an encouraging word. What does true, Gospel-centered encouragement look like? Mystie Winckler joins us today for this bonus Homeschool Conversations episode to discuss what true rest looks like for the homeschool mom, and how to find joy and peace in the midst of our …

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Multilingual, Multicultural, Multigenerational Homeschooling (with Rachel from "Seven in All")

Multilingual, Multicultural, Multigenerational Homeschooling (with Rachel from “Seven in All”)

Second-Generation, multilingual, multicultural homeschooling? Yes, please! Tell me more! I so enjoyed my conversation with Rachel from Seven in All (and Where’d You Learn That), and know that you will find lots of inspiration and encouragement from this chat. It’s always especially fun for me to get to know people living in other parts of …

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Easy Homeschool High School P.E. Curriculum (for the not-so-athletic teen)

Let’s be real. Not every teen wants to be an athlete. But every human being has a physical body that requires nurture and care. When it comes to planning our homeschool high school curriculum, we may wonder how to manage physical education credits in an easy, simple way for our not-so-athletic teen. This post provides …

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