The Good Shepherd has entrusted His precious little lambs to you.

Homeschooling is a blast! There is so much to learn and discover with your children.

These years are the years to explores, to get messy, to read aloud, to talk about things, to meet people from the pages of history, to experiment, to dress up, to act it out, to learn about Jesus.

In the early years, you want to lay a solid groundwork. Teach children to read and help them to become happy readers who can’t wait for the next book. Teach them math solidly so they understand it thoroughly.

Once those things are in place, add writing. For history and science, read aloud from all kinds of living books, experiment, notebook, draw it, act it out, dress up, make crafts, cook, bake, and act out battles. What a fun age of curiosity and excitement.

Whether you are homeschooling, planning to homeschool, or just considering it, this page is for you.

Solar-Powered Homeschooling
Top Ten Reasons to Homeschool
Timing is Everything
Joy & Success All Year Long
How to Choose Curriculum
You Can Teach All Ages Together
The Myth of Evolution

How to Teach

How to Teach When You Don't Understand it Yet
Big Picture Goals for Reading
Books from Birth to College
Why Do Your Kids Always Fight and How To Stop It
What is Classic Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning
How to Use Weekly Homeschooling Schedules
How to Make Weekly Homeschool Assignment Folders
Help Homeschooling through Tough Times
What about Team Sports

How to Homeschool Resources

7 Rs of Homeschooling by Meredith Curtis
Quick and EZ Unit Study Fun by Meredith Curtis
Joyful and Successful Homeschooling book cover

Teach History the Fun Way

Barbie into Mummy

Teach Geography the Fun Way

Our Family's Favorite Geography Living Books

History & Geography Resources

Ancient History Timeline

Christmas Homeschooling

Homeschooling the Elementary Years
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