Homesteading in the Backyard

Homesteading in the backyard is just one of many options for incorporating a homesteading lifestyle into homeschooling. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach! Homesteading can be done in a variety of settings—from having lots of space for goats and other small livestock, to making the most of small spaces. Annette shares with us how she and … Read more

Learning Life Lessons Through Homesteading

For many homeschooling families, the most important part of the day is the life lessons learned. While we want our children to learn about multiplication and division, read classic works of literature, and understand the history of the world, we also want them to be individuals who will be productive and be able to take … Read more

Homesteading and Homeschooling in New Zealand

Homeschooling and homesteading in New Zealand are natural for us since they have been part of my life since I can remember. My parents left Los Angeles in the early 1970s, before I was born, and moved to Michigan to make a living off the land. They bought 30 acres and tried raising berries. When … Read more

Homeschooling and Homesteading in Oklahoma

Over at the Homeschool on the Range blog, Yvie shares about her family’s homeschool experiences. She also writes about life on the farm, shares experiences while roadschooling, and provides novel studies to use in your homeschool. In addition to providing curriculum ideas, she also reviews regularly for the Homeschool Review Crew. This week we interviewed … Read more

Homesteading and Homeschooling

Homesteading and Homeschooling

The reasons why a family may choose to homeschool can be as numerous as the many different styles that homeschoolers can implement in their homes. They may choose to follow an eclectic path, classical, or Charlotte Mason. Some homeschooling families choose to include teaching and involve life skills that hearken back to the days of … Read more

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