Category: Home Schooling

Does Scripture ever overwhelm you?  It does me.  You know those verse with “always,” “never,” and “everything.”  Here I will give you a few examples of the ones that ALWAYS seem to get me. 1 Thessalonians 5:14-18” We urge you, brethren, admonish the unruly, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with everyone. 15 See that

Do you do extra curricular activities or other subjects? Music, art, and physical activities: We touch on these extras with the little ones in morning worship and in group family work out (20 minutes) after dinner each night. Independent interest in music and art are encouraged with private lessons for students who spend a minimum

Do you teach math using the Bible?No, we don’t.  IF there is a math application in a story we are doing, like Noah’s Ark then we will focus in on it.  But we do use a math curriculum. Currently we use Teaching textbooks We have used Math U see and do recommend it. We have

How do you teach your kids to read? Over the years I have used many different methods to teach reading/phonics.  My first three students used ACE and Christi.  This is a fun and easy curriculum.  With my  next set of readers, I used Sing, Spell, Read, and Write.  This is also a fun and easy method. 

  I am often asked about how I teach so many children at once, and what curriculum I use. To be honest, this question doesn’t have a simple and quick answer. One reason is I don’t use any one curriculum exclusively. Two, I don’t do school, like most people, even most  homeschoolers. Three, I am

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