Before we dive into creating life-giving homeschool rhythms, be sure to check out the previous posts in this series: 5 Things to Help You Prepare Your Heart & Home For an Intentional Homeschool Year How I Loosely Plan Our Homeschool Year (Part 1) How I Plan Our Homeschool Week (Part 2) All caught up? Perfect! […]
Last week I shared how I loosely plan for the homeschool year. If you missed that post, be sure to check it out. Today I’m sharing how I take the pages in my un-fancy spiral notebook and pull them together with my handy dandy Homeschool Planner to create a monthly vision and weekly plan. Here’s […]
I’ll be the first to admit that last year after a couple of google searches on how to plan our first homeschool year I felt incredibly overwhelmed. The planner side of me loved the idea of having a good solid plan in place, but the wild and free side of me wanted the freedom and […]
Looking for hands-on ways to teach kids about the Armor of God? This Donut Forget to Pray Breakfast is a fun way to remind your kids of the power and importance of prayer. This hands on study of Ephesians 6:10-19 is aimed to help your family connect, play, learn, and grow in God’s Word together. […]
Looking for hands-on ways to teach kids about the Armor of God? This Sword of the Spirit Flashlight Object Lesson is a simple, visual activity to teach kids that God’s Word is a lamp for our feet and a light for our paths. This hands on study of Ephesians 6:10-19 is aimed to help your […]
Last year when I was planning for our first year of homeschool there were so many questions swirling through my head and so much noise telling me that I needed to do this and that I should really be doing that. Oh wait, have you thought about this? If you’re in the same spot, you’re […]
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