Homeschool

22 May 19
Homeschool Lillahi Ta'Ala

My ramadhan experience in Tareem Lesson 3 – Their solat qadha As we all have learnt, in ramadhan, the rewards of every ibadah increases. A sunnah prayer gets you the reward of a fard, and a fard prayer gets you 70 times the reward of a fard outside of ramadhan. As we all know too, […]

22 May 19

Too many of us as Christians have come to doubt God because He didn’t answer our prayers. Yes, we’d admit that some of our prayers were selfish: I need a bag of cash, God, or I need a Ferrari. But many of our prayers don’t seem that selfish. We might even promise God that if […]

22 May 19
Seasons of Pink

Jasmine’s very last day of preschool was last week, and the girls and I attended her Growing Up Ceremony where she and her class sang songs and each got to choose a sweet handmade prayer pillow to take home. Afterwards, they had a cookie and lemonade reception. I am truly going to miss her school. […]

22 May 19
303moms.com

ΑΩ Thanks for joining me on my twisted, obstacle-ridden path by peeking through this site!  I am a writer-turned teacher-turned teacher/mom, and as my children are getting older I realized that I lost the original me. I write to express feelings, remember things, process thoughts, retain information, and create.  Since becoming a teacher in 2004, […]

22 May 19
NATION AND STATE

Some parents send their children to school and some parents homeschool, but every parent is a teacher. From the moment your children were born, you’ve played the role of their teacher. Whether you intentionally taught them something specific, modeled skills or behaviors, or inadvertently provided the conditions for their learning, you’ve been teaching them all […]

22 May 19

Stir-Fry

My girls will be turning eight and six in the next 12 days! 🥳 Time does indeed pass by quickly! Gone are the sleepless nights, breastfeeding and diaper days, numerous toys on the floor, strollers, and baby bags. Now it’s books, glittery bags, colored markers, need for active play time, making veggies and fruits more […]

22 May 19
The Charter

By Natalie Ramsey The Charter- 5/21/19 HOOPS is a homeschool basketball league that many students of Alliance Charter Academy take part in. Teams practice in Oregon City and Molalla, with games held at Clackamas Community College campus in Oregon City. HOOPS provides a Christian learning environment for improving and building skills and sportsmanship. HOOPS is […]

22 May 19
Sweet Bees Homestead

This week has been rather challenging. Yes, I share many wonderful things, that we are blessed to do each week. I am blessed to raise my boy at home, and watch every moment as he reaches milestone after milestone.. I wouldn’t trade that blessing for anything on this earth.. We go through rough stages, power […]

22 May 19
Like Arrows In My Hand

From the moment my infant daughter became aware of the television, we have been struggling with screens in our home. There have been seasons in the past four years during which I have completely let go and allowed an extreme amount of television, time on the iPad and our smart phones, and then there have […]

22 May 19
If The Glasses FIt

Most of the graduations for my area are now over. Another chapter has closed and a new one is just beginning. For myself, I have officially closed the chapter in my life of homeschooling. My youngest child, Lindy, finished up her studies this month and is now ready for her next chapter in life as […]

22 May 19
Introverted Homeschool Mom

Today I wanted to share with you one of my family’s favorite go-to’s. When my girls were younger, they used to eat yogurt like there was no tomorrow. Their favorite was Danon Coffee Yogurts, which also happened to be my favorite since childhood. Then my husband started bringing greek yogurts to work everyday for breakfast, […]

22 May 19
We Can Hackett

Today I want to introduce you to the delightful children’s book God is Better than Trucks published by Christian Focus. This book is a great size for reading aloud to little ones.  This hard cover book has a sturdy binding and 48 nice thick pages.  I shared this book with my 6 year old son, […]

21 May 19
Claudia's Time out

We just finished 3rd grade homeschool. We did it! We survived to tell the story. Okay I’m being dramatic we had a good year. Yes, we did have our share of bad days, but overall it was good! It’s sad to me how much of a bad stigma homeschool has. There are so many amazing […]

21 May 19
thecolective

The positive energy source from the peaceful activity should help offset the anxiety you may feel in case you sit down to write. “I only publish when I in the morning inspired. When you find yourself younger, you have to as many requirements, and many university students focus purely on their education. This means that […]

21 May 19
Dracayna's World of Books

Hello there! I hope you are doing well. 😀 My name is Tracey, but I also go by Dracayna [pronounced: Dra-kay-na]. Dracayna is a misspelling of Dracaena, which is a half woman and half dragon. As you’ll come to know me better, you’ll learn that I have a huge fascination with dragons. 😀 My desktop […]

21 May 19
She's Just a Mom

In the very beginning of homeschooling my kids, the one thing I wished I had done first was discover their learning styles. Instead, I just had them begin an online curriculum with all the subjects they are “suppose” to learn. Do you know what happened? Nothing great. We struggled, argued, and cried almost every day. […]