But this, THIS, is the payoff. You are the one who is sitting with them when those connections are made, and you witness life-changing learning unfold for your own child.
Let me tell you about my oldest child, Noemi. She just turned 8 years old. She's a great big sister, especially with her one and only little brother. She loves to create, build things, and make music. She's been homeschooled the majority of her life, besides preschool and a month of public school (that didn't [...]
I took all five of the kids to Sterling Hill Mine Museum, with a group of other homeschoolers. My oldest daughter Noemi was scared to go at first, because she had ideas about it collapsing on us. I convinced her to come, and she loved it! My 6 year old daughter Liora was excited to [...]
This is a simple introduction based on Messianic/Hebrew Roots beliefs to Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets. Please enjoy and use as you wish. Shalom. Yom Teruah What is it about? Leviticus 23:24 “Say to the Israelites: ‘On the first day of the seventh month you are to have a day of sabbath rest, a sacred [...]
I have a sewing machine that doesn't get the attention I'd like it to. I have decided to get my girls, ages 7, 5 and 4, involved in some sewing projects. They really love to create with me, and it is a wonderful skill to pass on. So, I got the pattern from a pattern [...]
Winter is winding down, slowly warming up for the newness of spring. Here in New Jersey, we had 6in of snowfall followed immediately by warm weather. Our backyard changed from a pile of snow, to a sheet of ice, to mushy mud galore. So, what does a homeschooling family do when the weather magically turns [...]
Can moms of small children still follow their dreams? I often hear from fellow mothers of small children that they are overwhelmed and stressed out. I nod my head in agreement, I feel ya. We are doing a lot, every day, and without much time to ourselves. Many days, we are lucky to be able [...]