Juliana

6th grade

FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Science and Art

LEAST FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Math

HOBBIES:
Reading, Sewing, Minecraft

FAVORITE SCRIPTURE VERSE:
John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

JENEVIEVE

4th grade

FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Art

LEAST FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Reading

HOBBIES:
Drawing, Cleaning, Cooking

FAVORITE SCRIPTURE VERSE:
James 4:8, “Draw near to God and he will draw near to you..

JOSEPHINE

3th grade

FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Art

LEAST FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Math

HOBBIES:
Painting, Reading about Dragons, Dancing

FAVORITE SCRIPTURE VERSE:
Revelation 20:2, “And he laid hold of the dragon, the serpent of old, who is the devil and Satan, and bound him for a thousand years.

JANELLE

preschool

FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Recess and Music

LEAST FAVORITE SUBJECT:
Anything involving sitting

HOBBIES:
Drawing, Painting, Swimming

FAVORITE SCRIPTURE VERSE:
1 John 4:7-8 …God is love.”

Our homeschool journey!

Yes, homeschooling four children between the ages of 11 and 3 is no easy feat, but I’m here to tell you it can be done! When I first started homeschooling seven years ago, I had no idea what I was doing. I did the only thing I knew how to do.

I consulted our state standards and hit the research books. After checking off my research box, my next task was to stay on budget. Heading out to Barns and Noble and Walmart with three children ages 5 and under, I purchased Kindergarten workbooks to use for the year.

Yes, homeschooling can be that simple. Unfortunately, my daughter’s learning style was very different from that of a traditional classroom setting. By getting to know my daughter, using my educational background, and learning her specific learning style, finally experimenting with child number 1 with homeschool education became successful.

Where is Super Mom when you need her?

Thanks to helpful friends, I discovered a world of curriculum and social networks designed to help first time homeschooling moms. Through prayer and conviction, my introverted self found a way to break free and seek the help our family desperately need. Looking back, I wish I walked instead of leaped into this new venture in life. All hail Super Mom.

Of course not! I am NOT Super Women…I prefer Wonder Women, thank you very much. Meaning, I wonder where I put my keys, I wonder where I left my daughter’s jacket, I wonder where my Wonder Women coffee mug is…? Most homeschool moms are Wonder Women, secretly wishing we could be Super Women.

Rest assured that you’re not alone if you find it difficult or struggle from time to time. Trust me when I say that every homeschool parent struggles with this or that, we all handle our struggles differently, but at the end of the day, we always make it work!

Stay Calm and Homeschool On!

P.S. I’m here to help. Work with me!

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