Blog Archives for category homeschooling Phonics

Teach Your Child to Read– Phonics/Reading

We are asked about the phonics curriculum we use quite often. Honestly, most things change from year to year, but… Continue reading »

Homeschooling Updates…

A quick post this morning! It’s fall….that means we’re reworking our homeschool day. We’ve thrown out the things that didn’t… Continue reading »

Jessica’s 1st Art Class Drawing

Courtney has started taking Matthew and Jessica to art classes on Friday. They are having a great time! This is… Continue reading »

Budding Violinist

Emma just completed her first term in violin lessons! She’s been playing frequently….I’ll admit I’m humming that “eggs, eggs, eggs”… Continue reading »

Cooking With the Boys

Homeschooling isn’t all about books and essays. Most of the time, the best teaching happens as you go on, about… Continue reading »

Memorizing Scripture

Paul and I have been trying to add more Scripture memory to our daily, family routine. I’ve prayed over how… Continue reading »

Tadpoles and Homeschooling

Tadpoles and homeschooing make sweet memories on a spring afternoon. Ben brought me his latest “find” in the backyard. He… Continue reading »

Cooking Class

Timothy (8) has an interest in cooking. Not just any interest, but I think if it’s possible, he could be… Continue reading »

November 12, 2010

Well, as usual, time passes too quickly to blog regularly. The last several weeks have been a blur. We celebrated… Continue reading »

August Thoughts

Our 1st Cucumber- Butternut Squash just picked from the yard- Courtney studies for the last leg of highschool- Joshua doing… Continue reading »


I have spent the better part of this week bent over the computer keyboard working on an Excel spreadsheet. My… Continue reading »

Back to School

I love that dollar section at Target!! Here’s what I picked up last night for the school room: Did you… Continue reading »