Newsflash: I’m homeschooling. I’m not perfect.
Fortunately, my children were already well aware of this. I didn’t have to burst their bubble, so to speak. My husband was supportive of the homeschooling so he greatly contributed to its success.
But my own mindset needed some adjusting.
- I had my own ideas of how the days should go.
- Of how the house should look.
- Of appropriate lunches and snacks.
- Of playdates and extra outings.
- Of time for myself to recharge, read my Bible or even nap!
Continue reading “NEWSFLASH: I’m homeschooling. I’m not perfect.”
Mom asks: Do you have any ideas for winter fun?Help! Any suggestions for activities for the kids to make it through the winter blues of February? or a muddy Spring?
Mallory: Every. Single. Homeschooling. Mom is wondering the same things . Seriously can’t wait for spring to get here so we can go outside regularly.
Andrea: February is so hard.
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Present for Homeschooling Moms: Winter Fun Ideas”
I want a Christian Homeschool Mindset!
The Christian Homeschool mindset is different from just homeschooling. I am Elizabeth Estelle, Homeschool Christian Mom. I not only want to homeschool well, I want to homeschool and live such a way that brings glory to God. I bet you do, too!
How can we do that? Each and every day we need to begin by asking God for His help. He has given us the resources we need to be spiritually successful: His Holy Spirit and His Word. He will help us have a Christian homeschool mindset.
Remember James 1:5, ESV: “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.” Asking God for wisdom is evidence that we trust Him. (Bibleref.com)
How do we get wisdom? We ask. Every day. Continue reading “Christian Homeschool Mindset Help from 2 Veteran Homeschoolers”