How To Keep Homeschool Learners Engaged

As a homeschooling mom, you may feel like you are always looking for new ways to keep your learner engaged. You are not alone! Thankfully, there are a few things that you can do to help combat the feeling of monotony and help your homeschool day run a little more smoothly. Let’s take a look […]

Using Amazon Kids+ For Homeschooling

We’re an Unapologetically Tech-Friendly Family We’re a really techy family. I don’t have screen-time limitations for my kids now the same way that I did when I first became a mom. My first couple of kiddos went two years of life without any screentime, which is a stark contrast to my second couple of kiddos […]

Social Activism & Unschooling

I was asked to write about how we as an unschooling family work social activism into our unschooling for the first issue of Secular Homeschooler, and how is it that we work on raising our children to be the next generation of activists. I had no earthly idea of how to answer right away because… […]

What is a Loop Schedule and How to Make One for Your Homeschool

  What is a Loop Schedule? A Loop Schedule is an alternative to the traditional scheduling method of assigning lessons, books, or projects to days of the week. Here is a totally free digital planner that includes a Loop Schedule section! For example, a traditional schedule may look like the following: Monday – History Project […]

Introduce Nature Journaling to Your Homeschool

This article by Christina Lowry was originally published in Secular Homeschooler Magazine – Issue No. One in September, 2018. Children are natural artists and scientists. Their innate curiosity drives their exploration of the world around them. They fill their pockets with treasure, ask a million questions and can scribble their way through an entire scrap […]

Secular Homeschooling For Beginners, A Guide

Welcome to the Beginner’s Guide to Secular Homeschooling! Hello there! You’re interested in secular homeschooling? I’d love to help you out! This is either really exciting, really scary and tedious, or all of the above. You might be homeschooling because you were homeschooled yourself and want to give your children that same memorable experience. Maybe […]