Is Your Home Schooled Kid a Nerd?

Good. Maybe when he grows up, he'll have a job instead of sitting in your basement eating bonbons and playing Xbox. Keep up the good work!! In all seriousness, I have taught for twelve years and had countless conversations with parents about how their kids are doing socially. Far too often, they are concerned about … Continue reading Is Your Home Schooled Kid a Nerd?

Mother’s Education

Charlotte Mason educators often refer to the importance of "mother's education," a phrase that typically encompasses a mother's training in child-rearing, her study of child psychology and educational best practices, and for many moms, her personal spiritual growth through Bible studies and devotionals.  It may also include a mother's mastery of the material she is … Continue reading Mother’s Education

Lent and Spring Cleaning

Disclaimer: This post is not strictly about home schooling. ย However, the culture of our home (and yours) is a central component of home schooling. We have just entered the season of Lent. ย The Armenian church observes several liturgical changes during Lent, including keeping the curtains closed across the main altar and using a shortened, simplified … Continue reading Lent and Spring Cleaning