Patriot Day Resources: Teaching About September 11th

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of September 11th. It’s difficult to believe that it has been that long ago or to comprehend the number of lives lost on that day. Today’s school-age children weren’t even born yet! Whether you choose to lightly teach on the topic, or delve deep into the politics surrounding the … Read more

What Homeschooling in Mexico Looks Like

Before you had children did you know you wanted to homeschool? When did you feel called to homeschool your children? Recalling some conversations with our Crew members, it seems like more than a few started out as teachers who eventually made the switch to homeschooling for a variety of reasons. When I interviewed our Schoolhouse … Read more

Not-Back-to-School Blog Hop: A Day in the Life of Homeschoolers

This week in the Not-Back-to-School Blog Hop, we’ll get a glimpse inside homeschool life with the Review Crew members. After more than a decade of homeschooling, the most common question I am asked is “How do you do it all?” often closely followed by, “Yeah, I could never do that. I don’t have the time … Read more

Not-Back-to-School Blog Hop: Last Minute Tips and Ideas to Start the Year

It’s been a packed summer of fun, excitement, and making beautiful memories. Maybe you’ve been putting off back-to-school until the very last minute. Or maybe it’s been a summer full of life changes that have turned your world upside down. Whatever the reason, if you find yourself scrambling to get the school year together, you’re … Read more

Ontario Homeschooling: An Interview with a Schoolhouse Ambassador

Ontario Homeschooling - An Interview with a Schoolhouse Ambassador

Over the past several weeks we have read about homeschooling in Jamaica, the Philippines, New Zealand, and several different provinces in Canada. Today let’s take a look at Ontario again as we interview Schoolhouse Ambassador Lena Emo who lives in this Canadian province. Q. Why did you decide to homeschool?A. I decided to homeschool when … Read more

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