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Do you remember your most inspiring teachers? They were excited about learning and always had something to share. Moms, you can be that inspiring teacher!!!!The number one thing moms can do to spark, ignite, or light their homeschool journey, is to first have a shelf life of their own. I am not talking about putting […]Continue reading
Yours!!A lot of homeschool moms get the question- “What about socialization?” This question is usually asked about the children. However, moms need socialization, too!In generations past, most children were home with their mothers until kindergarten or first grade. This was so for 75% of the post-World War II Baby Boomers when I embarked on parenthood. […]Continue reading
Have you found yourself feeling that 2020 has been like living in a reality show? Have you found yourself suddenly crisis homeschooling? Did you used to think about homeschooling, “Never in my wildest dreams?” You are not alone! Many have felt that way.For many teachers, students, and parents, “Crisis Distant Learning” was very challenging. Some […]Continue reading
An old proverb says, "What is down in the well, comes up in the bucket." Whether we formally homeschool or not, every home is a school and all parents are teachers, either consciously and purposefully or not. You might ask, "What does a bucket have to do with anything?" Everything! In the case of families, I […]Continue reading
Many parents are intimidated by the thought of teaching their children about science. This ought not to be so. Science is learning about the world God created for us. Nature study, I believe, is a great foundation for all science. Nature study does not require you to build a laboratory; it is already provided. The […]Continue reading
Just what is Momculture and how do I use Power of an Hour to enhance it? Momculture is a combination of “mom” and “culture.” Mom, refers to mothers. Culture means to cultivate growth. Momculture, therefore, is the art and science of cultivating and nurturing a breadth and depth of learning in mothers. Power of an […]Continue reading