Curiosity is the Foundation for Learning

Curiosity is a foundational aspect to learning – for anyone.  We want our children to be curious about the world, but they will only follow our lead.  Are you a curious mum? Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures – Lovelle Drachman  When it comes to...

Prayer: A Two-way Conversation

When was the last time you had a good chat with your father? Your Heavenly Father? When was the last time you had a really good long conversation with Him? Prayer is two-way communication. To pray is not to prattle, to pepper with requests or to complain, but we can...

Celebrating the End of the Year

Do you celebrate the end of the ‘school’ year? If so share how, if not, share why not. Lacey:  We do – we’ve worked hard! I set a final day for the year, and always make the last day more light-hearted (no cramming). We take a trip to Cold Rock...

The Challenges and Joys in the Home Educator’s Life

It’s very interesting to me that sometimes home-schooling seems to be one of the most challenging choices we could have made. It’s the very challenges, I think, that can really weigh us down on a day to day basis. Having said this, I realise that putting our children...

Let His Light Shine

As we settled into our seats to fly from Queensland to Victoria to meet with homeschooling mums, God had a little chuckle. The captain introduced himself with a warm welcome and my heart skipped a beat. The pilot was a homeschooled boy our family knew years ago! When...

Homeschooling from the Heart

The topic of our WA19 Mum Heart Conference was “Homeschooling from the Heart”.  The key idea was that for us to impact our children’s hearts – we must teach from our heart.     The heart is the place where we hold beliefs and values; we then process those...

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