The Music of Dyslexia

The Music of Dyslexia

Jill Cain

Jill Cain

Hi,my name is Jill. I am a mom of six fun- loving kiddos. I have been homeschooling for 20+ years and have tried it all.My hope is that by sharing my trials and triumphs I can give light to journeys of other homeschool families.
Jill Cain

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I sat and listened intently as my brother played his guitar. It was one of my favorite tunes, and I hummed along. His fingers swiftly graced the strings as every chord, every note, blended beautifully with the next. He smiled as he finished his song and hung his...
Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

Five Ways to Encourage Your Student to Learn a Foreign Language

Tiffany Wright

Tiffany Wright

Tiffany Wright is a slam poet and brand new mama located in Birmingham. She is seldom seen without a book in her hand and a baby on her hip.
Tiffany Wright
I began studying foreign languages at age twelve for the fun of it. Nobody asked me to sit down for days making flashcards and labels for everything in my room, but I did it anyway. While I never achieved fluency in any particular language (still a goal of mine), I...
Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Anna Williams

Anna Williams

Anna Williams is a homeschool graduate, freelance writer, and mom of four living in North Carolina. She also graduated from Cornerstone University where she studied Educational Ministries and English. She enjoys children’s literature and exploring the outdoors with her family.
Anna Williams

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Parents, especially moms, are labeled a lot. Are you a stay-at-home mom? A work-outside-the-home mom? Or maybe you’re minimalist or formula-feeding or crunchy or fit… there’s a hashtag for it all.  Maybe part of it is because moms are expanding labels more...
The Union of Joy and Gentleness

The Union of Joy and Gentleness

Jill Cain

Jill Cain

Hi,my name is Jill. I am a mom of six fun- loving kiddos. I have been homeschooling for 20+ years and have tried it all.My hope is that by sharing my trials and triumphs I can give light to journeys of other homeschool families.
Jill Cain

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“This union of joy and gentleness is the very temper to cultivate.” ~ Charlotte Mason Home Education 1906 I distinctly remember the first time I read that statement. I read it again, hoping it made better sense the second time. Nope. I was still confused....
Bring the Court Room to Your Homeschool

Bring the Court Room to Your Homeschool

Jamie Wilkins

Jamie Wilkins

Jamie works as a freelance writer, editor and homeschool consultant. This allows her and her family to meet the demands of a mobile lifestyle as her husband traps insects for government tracking. She loves to explore mountains, rivers, oceans and everything else in nature. Jamie lives in the U.S. Virgin Islands with her husband and two daughters.
Jamie Wilkins

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Textbooks often discuss the court system, but may not offer a full perspective on how court is actually conducted. Providing a look into the way legal matters are handled on the local, state and federal level can help students better understand legislative issues of...
The Introverted Homeschool Mom

The Introverted Homeschool Mom

Anna Williams

Anna Williams

Anna Williams is a homeschool graduate, freelance writer, and mom of four living in North Carolina. She also graduated from Cornerstone University where she studied Educational Ministries and English. She enjoys children’s literature and exploring the outdoors with her family.
Anna Williams

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Fall 2017 will be our first official homeschool year, and I’m a little nervous going into it. Staying home + lots of learning and interaction = an extra challenge for an introverted mom. Having several small kids has forced me out of my introvert comfort zone...