Business Insider explores 5 reasons homeschooling is smart in the 21st century. Read more here!
Modern Schooler picks 3 favs for December
Kris Bales from Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers is quickly becoming one of our favorite bloggers! Her site says she is the quirky, Christ-following, painfully honest voice behind Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She and her husband of over 25 years are parents to three amazing kids – one high schooler and two homeschool grads – and one son-in-law. Kris has a pretty serious addiction to sweet tea and Words with Friends. She also seems intent on becoming the crazy cat lady long before she’s old and alone.
Chelsea Gonzales from
Wonder Wherever We Wander made our list because we love the unique way they are doing schooling! Who wouldn’t want to travel the country and do school along the way! Chelsea says, “I am a
Susan from The Sparrow’s Home rounds out our December list because she is more than just a schooling blog. She also incorporates an entire series of family topics that can be used by all families, not just homeschoolers. Susan is a former teacher turned homeschooler, married to her favorite person, and says she is blessed far more than she deserves. We love her motto of
“Life is hard. God is good. We need each other.”
Written by Kris Bales of Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers
When cold weather strikes, all I want to do is stay snuggled up in the house. That’s not always the best idea, though, because that’s when cabin fever starts to set in. Instead of holing up in your house all winter, try these ideas for 10 fun winter field trips! Read more here!
Written by Susan of The Sparrow’s Home
Incorporating our real life into our schooling has always been important to us, like when we took an impromptu trip to Texas to spend a few
Written by Angie at Real Life At Home
As Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” Indeed, although as homeschoolers we have opted out of traditional public education, that doesn’t mean we have opted out of being part of the community at large. One unique but often overlooked benefit of homeschooling is that we have the opportunity for regular, deliberate acts of service. Read more here!
50 Ideas for Volunteering as a Homeschool Family…Use this list to start planning your Community Service projects!