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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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Paideia, Repentance, and Joyful Domesticity as a 2nd-Generation Homeschooler (with Melissa Cummings)

Some of you may already know Melissa Cummings from her work coordinating the Paideia Northwest conference. Perhaps you’ve read her guest post here on HumilityandDoxology.com all about singing the Psalms with our little saints, or you’ve followed her journey learning the Psalms with her own little ones over on Instagram. But whether you know Melissa …

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October 2021 free morning time and memory work plans

Morning Time and Memory Work Plan October 2021

Hi friends! It’s time for my monthly(ish) personal blog post, a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the Sloan family Morning Time plans for October 2021. See below for our memory work for the month, including some Shakespeare recitations from Merchant of Venice! (I’ve added the simple printable we’re using in our own homeschool to the subscriber …

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Finding God’s Good Gifts in Motherhood (with Laura Booz)

Laura Booz joins me on today’s bonus podcast episode! We chat homeschooling, mom life, and the joy that comes through seeing God at work in the life of our family. Laura shares how God grows our love for Him, for our children, and for the world in the midst of the ordinary and often-challenging seasons …

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Resisting the Homeschool Stereotypes (with Gina Munsey)

This might be the spiciest Homeschool Conversations podcast episode yet! Take a deep breath and dive into this fabulous conversation with Gina Munsey, 2nd-generation homeschooler, 3rd-culture kid, and Bringer-of-the-Truth-Bombs! Our conversation ranged from homeschooling behind the Iron Curtain to the dark underbelly of the homeschool subculture, from asynchronous learners to diversity in the homeschool curriculum, …

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Morning Time and Memory Work Plan September 2021

Hi friends! This blog post is really more like a personal letter to each of you, a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the Sloan family Morning Time plans for September 2021. I just finished typing everything up and getting it ready to print out for our new Morning Time routine on Monday! While the basic flow …

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Introduction to Dante’s Divine Comedy #100DaysofDante (with Kristen Rudd and Wesley Callihan)

Don’t be Daunted by Dante! Beginners are welcome as we discuss Dante and his Divine Comedy. 100 Days of Dante Starts September 1! Enjoy this webinar replay for a helpful introduction to Dante, then read along with #100daysofdante. One of the greatest literary works of the Medieval era (if not the greatest), Dante’s Comedy can …

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