Faith

What Being On The Crew Means To Me

I have wrapped up my first year of homeschooling, and am now a couple of months into my second year. When I took on this privilege, I was completely overwhelmed. I struggled to know what curriculum to use, where to buy it, how to use it. I wasn’t sure I could pull it off being that I am a full-time, “work-outside-the-home” homeschooling mom.

But around this time last year, I happened upon a blog post that one of the only homeschool bloggers I knew at the time shared.  This post announced that The Homeschool Review Crew was looking for bloggers to join their team. Although I

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Homeschool Product Reviews

Book Of Astronomy Set by Memoria Press // A TOS Crew Review

My son loves science. We’ve been working hard all year on life and earth science. We had just completed reading up on the solar system when we were given the chance to review The Book of Astronomy Set by Memoria Press. My son was so excited to begin this study of the constellations.

Logic, Greek Myths and Astronomy Memoria Press Review

About The Book of Astronomy Set

The Book of Astronomy Set comes with a Student Book and a Teacher Book. It is recommended for children in grades 3-5, but since my son has not studied a lot of astronomy, he was happy to oblige although in the 7th grade.

The student book is 164 pages and is broken up into four units, which cover the

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Homeschooling

My “Day In The Life” As A Full-Time Working, Homeschooling Mom

I’ve been asked on many occasions how I manage to homeschool my 7th grade son while working full time, outside the home. The beautiful thing about homeschooling is the flexibility I have to teach how I want to. Today I am linking up with Simple Homeschool to share a day in my life as a full-time working, homeschooling mom.

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Thankfully, my son is at an age where he can do a lot of independent work, some days more than others. That is not to say that he always has the discipline to follow through. It’s a constant battle with him, but for the most part, we are doing okay.

Now that

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