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Category Archives: Homeschooling

FREE Bible Verse Printables

I’ve been working on some new goodies for my VIP Blog Subscribers.  To go along with my recent post “Inspirational Bible Verses For Homeschool Moms” I’ve created (4) 8×10 Bible verse printables with some of my favorite bible verses. These printables are available to my VIP Blog Subscribers for free.  Not, a VIP Subscriber yet??…

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Inspiring Bible Verses for Homeschool Moms

Inspiring Bible Verses for Homeschool Moms Let’s be real, homeschooling is hard.  Well thought out lesson plans, awesome curriculum, and lots and lots of coffee are all VERY helpful.  But the best resource to help a stressed out homeschooling mama is the Bible.  I’ve compiled a few of my favorite verses that will hopefully help…

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  • Brenda MuellerFebruary 26, 2018 - 10:45 pm

    Great verses! This one is one of my favorites: Psalm 91:4 – He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge. Have you heard this song? It is based on this verse. https://youtu.be/CnsGaPyhOYQReplyCancel

    • theadventuresofahomeschoolmomMarch 6, 2018 - 5:18 am

      I had not heard that song before. Thanks for sharing!!ReplyCancel

Learning History Through Music

Even though my daughter is now in High School I still like to use fun (and often goofy) videos as learning tools for History and Science.  She usually responds with a look that says, “Mom, what are we watching now?”  So naturally, last week when she started learning about the Constitution and the Bill of…

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  • KariFebruary 22, 2018 - 3:55 am

    Those look like some fun videos to let the kids watch to help them learn. Lets be honest…I’m sure I’ll learn too!ReplyCancel

    • theadventuresofahomeschoolmomFebruary 22, 2018 - 7:40 am

      Be prepared to get them stuck in your head 🙂ReplyCancel

Homeschool Without Breaking The Bank

Many people believe that to be successful in homeschooling you have to spend a fortune. That is simply not true. While you certainly can choose to spend a lot of money, it is totally possible to homeschool without breaking the bank. Today I want to share with you 8 ways that you can save money and be successful homeschooling on a budget.

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7 Ways Homeschool Kids Can Enjoy Valentine’s Day

I remember our first year homeschooling my daughter was a bit disappointed that she didn’t have the typical class Valentine’s Day party.  Passing out and receiving valentines was something my daughter had always enjoyed.  There are very few things we miss about public school, but class holiday celebrations would be one of them.   But just because your kiddos…

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Our Curriculum Choices For 9th Grade

Even though we are halfway through the 2017-2018 school year I wanted to share with you our curriculum choices for 9th grade and what we love about each one. But first a little bit of background. My daughter went…

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Groovebook Review + a Free Book

Groovebook Review If you are anything like me, you take a TON of photos with your phone! I love documenting all of our homeschool adventures with pictures. But sadly, most of the time the photos are enjoyed for a…

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2018 Printable Calendar

  I am so excited to officially be launching my blog The Adventures of a Homeschool Mom! And to kick off the new year I have a FREE 2018 printable calendar to share!!  Graphic design is something I have always enjoyed.  But until now have never really shared anything I have designed. I hope you…

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The Secret to Balancing Homeschooling, Work, and Home Life

The Secret to Balancing Homeschooling, Work, and Home Life Every day it seems as if I am faced with a choice; will today be a productive school day? Or perhaps will today be the day I get caught up on the mountain of laundry? Why does it always seems like it is one or the…

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  • CrystalJanuary 16, 2018 - 8:36 am

    Great tips! My son is three and I will definitely be incorporating some of these ideas even though we haven’t started school yet. It’s great to connect with other moms who know the challenges we all face. ReplyCancel

    • theadventuresofahomeschoolmomJanuary 17, 2018 - 1:25 am

      Thanks. I’m glad the tips helped you.ReplyCancel

  • roseJanuary 16, 2018 - 9:02 am

    Great to know I am not the only one who struggles with homeschool/work/life balance. Thank you for the practical tips!ReplyCancel

    • theadventuresofahomeschoolmomJanuary 17, 2018 - 1:20 am

      Your welcome! I’m Glad the tips helped! ReplyCancel

  • OctaviaJanuary 16, 2018 - 11:34 am

    Thanks for mentioning the importance of not being perfect essentially. I tend to get in a frenzy if everything on my to do list isn’t done by the end of the day. However you’re right, it’s okay if my house actually does looked lived in on occasion, especially with two kiddos!ReplyCancel

    • theadventuresofahomeschoolmomJanuary 17, 2018 - 1:24 am

      Your welcome! I have to keep reminding myself it’s ok to not be perfect, as it is so easy to get caught up with things and forget.ReplyCancel