Category Archives: Homeschool Tips

Purposeful Planning ebook Review!

This review brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 13 years to 24 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus .     Take a weekend to plan your school year? “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverbs 29:18 Where…

Educating the Home Educator Crash Course ebook Review!

This review brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 13 years to 24 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus .   Quite simply, I love this ebook!  It is a concise and well-written  300+ page homeschool guide, resource and wealth of information…

Chores: Finding a Solution That Works – Part 2

This article brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 13 years to 24 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus .   Does this remind you of chore time at your house? It’s hard to believe it has been almost 2 years…

Educating the WholeHearted Child Review

This review brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 13 years to 24 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus .     This is THE book I recommend to all homeschoolers.  It transformed our homeschool AND delivered me from years of…

Homeschool Family Question of the Week for 10/13: What is your biggest Homeschool organization challenge?

This question may be from one of our contributors, readers, or one that we have heard asked over our years homeschooling. These questions will pertain to the homeschool family and are meant to help you gain encouragement as a homeschool family. <a href=”http://www.christianhomeschoolerstakingastand.com”><img title=”Homeschool Question of the week copy” src=”http://www.christianhomeschoolerstakingastand.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Homeschool-Question-of-the-week-copy.png” alt=”” width=”125″ height=”125″ /></a> What…

Rainy Day “Massacre”???? – Helping Your Children Work Together

This article brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 12 years to 23 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus . Did you know that they do these sort of ‘team building’ excercises in the corporate world in order to have…

Homeschool Question of the Week~Computer Use in the Homeschool~Link Up

So, our question this week is: How do you handle computer use in your homeschool with your children? Do you allow them to have non school related time on the computer? How much? What do they typically do? Also, What subjects do your children do on the computer? If it is a program, which one?…

How to Have a H.E.A.R.T. For Your Kids Book Review

This review brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 12 years to 23 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus How to Have a H.E.A.R.T. For Your Kids is a well thought out, God geared book that challenges you…

Organization in the Homeschool Areas

  This post brought to you by: Betty Christian Homeschooling mom of six, proud to be married to a Kansas farmer. I enjoy sewing, scrapbooking, blogging, designing blogs, gardening, horseback riding, baking, cooking, and reading. We use a eclectic approach to homeschooling, lots of Charlotte Mason, a little textbooks, with lots of literature, lapbooking, notebooking,…

Homeschool Assignment, Planning and Record Books

Betty Christian Homeschooling mom of six, proud to be married to a Kansas farmer. I enjoy sewing, scrapbooking, blogging, designing blogs, gardening, horseback riding, baking, cooking, and reading. We use a eclectic approach to homeschooling, lots of Charlotte Mason, a little textbooks, with lots of literature, lapbooking, notebooking, and life. Find me blogging at Peace…