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Homeschoolers Serve with a Smile During Pandemic

From distributing food to making masks—and just offering encouragement—homeschool families have been creative in finding ways to serve their communities during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Homeschooling Multiple Ages

From what to do with your toddler to keeping things interesting for everyone to how to get dinner on the table, there’s lots of challenges to homeschooling multiple ages. But these moms do it---and so can you!!! Watch this video to learn more!
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Homeschooling When Life Gets Crazy

Overwhelmed by the craziness of homeschooling? You’re not alone! Join blogger and homeschool mom Tiffany Jefferson for some encouragement.
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Introducing Jessica Cole to the Blog!

"I had seen firsthand that homeschooling works, and I knew without a doubt that it was what I wanted for my children. But . . . I was also very aware of the fact that this was not going to be as easy as my parents had made it look."
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Introducing Rachelle Reitz to the Blog!

Breaking the Ice and Tadpole Funerals
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Introducing Sara Jones to the Blog!

Enjoying Life Along the Way
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Introducing Amy Koons to the Blog!

A Journey Worth Starting 
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Introducing Carolyn Bales to the Blog!

I Like to Do a Little Reading in My Off-Duty
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Introducing Rose Focht to the Blog!

Our Homeschooling Journey
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Flexibility Brings Opportunity

My name is Abigail, and I’m a homeschool graduate. I loved being homeschooled.
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Coronavirus Crisis and Established Homeschoolers

Just because you’re already homeschooling doesn’t mean the structure of your family’s days and weeks hasn’t been turned upside down because of COVID-19.
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Siblings Hop Their Way to National Jump-Rope Trophies

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2020 Hindsight: 1 Caterpillar, 4 Kids, Countless Memories

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All in the Family: Experiences with Adoption, An Interview with Joel Grewe

"I think the understating of it was part of its success. It was never a thing that I felt argued to believe, it was just ‘gravity exists, the sky is blue, you’re adopted, and God loves you—and so do we. And He chose you, and so did we.’”
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Our Favorite Christmas Traditions

Christmas Riding isn’t always a success, but there’s always next year. . . 
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Supporting Your Child During the Quarantine

Is your child feeling unsettled, or even traumatized? Listen in as Candice Dugger describes practical ways you can provide reassurance and healing for your child through safety, structure, and support.
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A Summer Summary

When everything gets cancelled during the summer, sometimes you just have to laugh about it. That's what this homeschool family did.
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Beyond Just Survival: Homeschooling after Divorce

Don’t look too far ahead—Take it one day and even one hour at a time.
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The Benefits of My First Homeschool Conference: Part 1

Having grown up as a child of a major figure in the homeschooling movement, I attended homeschool conferences fairly regularly as a kid.
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The Benefits of My First Homeschool Conference: Part 2

I think the conference was absolutely worth the time and (very reasonable) price to attend.
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