How and Why to Teach Your Kids to Be Entrepreneurs
Sep17

How and Why to Teach Your Kids to Be Entrepreneurs

Hey, homeschoolers! Entrepreneurship is like a continuation of homeschooling. Our kids can continue to enjoy freedom in doing what they love to do. That’s what I’m talking about in this week’s episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show. Listen to the podcast But first, I would love to have you tell someone about this podcast. There are sharing buttons no matter which platform you’re listening on. I share favorite...

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How to Trust God with Your Parents
Sep10

How to Trust God with Your Parents

Hey, homeschoolers! I can’t believe it’s already September, but it is indeed. It’s time for another installment of the Trust Project. Each month, we are seeking to trust God with another area of our lives. This month, we seek to trust Him with our parents. More on that in a moment. But first, I would love to have you follow me on Instagram.  I share a variety of inspirational, educational, and organizational posts...

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How to Know if You’re Doing Enough in Your Homeschool
Aug27

How to Know if You’re Doing Enough in Your Homeschool

Hey homeschoolers! I frequently hear this worry from homeschoolers I talk with at the great homeschool conventions: I don’t know if I’m doing enough. In a time when homeschoolers have an abundance of curriculum options for teaching their children and an abundance of philosophies of education to consider, it’s no wonder that many homeschoolers are concerned that they are doing too little. I’ll address this...

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How Homeschooling Can Be a Fulfilling Career
Aug20

How Homeschooling Can Be a Fulfilling Career

Hey homeschoolers! At the time of this recording, many new homeschoolers are starting this amazing journey. Some of you homeschooling moms are giving up a career, a business, or are putting your education aside to teach your children at home. In this episode, I want to talk with you about how homeschooling can be a fulfilling career. I have the experience to say that it can be. Listen to the podcast But first I would like to recommend...

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How to Avoid Drill & Kill in Teaching Language Arts
Aug13

How to Avoid Drill & Kill in Teaching Language Arts

Hey homeschoolers! If your student doesn’t enjoy some aspects of language arts, whether that is reading, spelling, vocabulary, grammar, or writing, there is a good chance you have succumbed to the age old approach of drill. Drilling means that we repeat the same exercises over and over in an effort to help our students master a subject. Unfortunately drilling is responsible for killing many students’ enthusiasm for...

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