Homeschool is so much more than just Math, English and Science. A Christian homeschool opens up normal school subjects, information, and life to a new perspective.
Homeschoolers can learn about the creation and get to know the Creator of it all!
Christian homeschoolers have the ability to see God’s presence throughout History, His fingerprints in all of creation, and how He has gifted people through the Arts and Sciences.
You are able to learn about the world and the One who designed it.
All of our Christian homeschool tips and ideas are based in the Word of God. We find creative ways to place Bible verses in the hearts and minds of children.
Whether it is Bible verse memorization, copy work, coloring pages, our courses or encouragement, we want to help others forget not the Lord.
Hello Homeschool Mom!
If you are new to homeschooling, congrats on your decision to teach at home. We hope you will take a moment to read our 5 Important tips a homeschool mom needs to KNOW to help you focus on what matters most!
As a veteran homeschooler, you may be searching for some new Christian homeschool tips and ideas to add into your routine.
Whether you or new or old to homeschool, we all discover that our rolls as parents and teachers blend together. School never stops just because the math lesson is done!
Truthfully, if you have a child, you’re already a homeschool parent.
How do I know if I am capable of homeschooling my children?
Homeschool can be grocery shopping, a visit with an elderly friend, raising animals, making dinner and so much more! Teaching opportunities are everywhere.
When you doubt your ability to homeschool, just remember that God entrusted you with the precious child or children to raise. He will provide what’s necessary.
Who better than you to help your child learn?
As a parent, you began homeschooling before they were out of the womb. Every touch and the sound of your voice was a learning experience to your child.
Parents teach kids the words yes, no, mommy, daddy, hungry, and I love you. You helped them smile, crawl and walk.
Who but you taught them the dangers around them and how they should behave?
It doesn’t take you long to discover how they learn or process the information around them.
● Do you have to tell a child something for them to learn it best, or do you show them?
● How does you child like to discover things in the world on their own or when you read to them?
● Does your child get overwhelmed or overstimulated easily?
If you have more than one child,
chances are they don’t learn the same way!
Homeschooling does not come with a one size fits all approach.
Each one of us are fearfully and wonderfully made unique individuals. We have different personalities, abilities, ways we process information, and learning styles.
You do not learn exactly the same as your parents, spouse or even your children.
Homeschool allows a parent the ability to teach to each child’s learning style and challenge the areas where they are weaker in learning.
With that said, homeschooling also provides the opportunity for a family to all learn together. Just because you don’t have the same learning styles does not mean you have to learn separately.
Learning together brings new perspectives!
We can all use some tips and ideas to help us homeschool.
● Find an accountability partner to help you stay on track.
● You need a “tribe” of homeschoolers to do some group activities
● Other people can teach subject areas that are not your strength.
● Look for ways to help your child take ownership of their own learning!
Our goal is to continuously share tips and ideas from our experiences as homeschool moms. We teach homeschool Art classes each week at a tutorial and in our studio.
This keeps us not only applying what we have learned, but constantly learning with other homeschoolers.
Homeschool Bible Memorization and Printables
The most valuable and memorable activity we spent daily with our children was in memorizing, studying and discussing God’s Word. We share how to make a Bible verse binder.
Free Homeschool printables
Throughout our homeschool blog posts, you can find free printables to help you in your Christian homeschool journey. Make sure you visit our Freebie Library for the full collection of printables.
We love God’s Word, flowers and sharing our coloring pages with others.
Ways to keep your books, activities and supplies organized with your theme of study. Free printable!
Help for the Homeschool Struggles:
How to make your homeschool lessons come alive for the entire family.
We share 5 of our best tips to help you thrive in your homeschool because sometimes this journey gets tough!
Creative Energy Day is our way to inspire creativity in kiddos with toys art supplies and an imagination. We make it a special day and you can too!
Homeschool Field trip ideas
Organize your state by field trips and categories with our free printable.
Christian Homeschool Curriculum
Designed for Homeschool and Bible Studies. Visit our Store to see each creative Course!
Bible and Homeschool:
Girl’s Bible Studies:
A B See! Recite the WORD is a creative approach to Scripture memorization. Our goal is finding creative ways to instill God's Word in the hearts and minds of children. We've written this study as a resource to stimulate multiple learning styles.
Young at HeART is our years of experience teaching Art to 4 year olds, high school students and adults. The elements of art are the basic tools artist use in their work. They are also the tools used in just about every art form in various ways. Bakers, builders, gardeners, dancers, musicians and more can use the elements of art in their arts
Christian Homeschool Reminders
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Art For Homeschool
Holiday Projects for kids
Bible verse printables, coloring pages and copy work pages for handwriting and Scripture memorization. Just print and create!
Create a fun pumpkin with the kids to write what they are thankful for during this Thanks-giving season.
Use our printable templates for inexpensive ways to add thankful Bible verses to your Thanksgiving table decor.
Favorite Homeschool Resources and Homeschool Blogging Moms
Heather is a homeschool mom sharing advice, on marriage, homemaking, parenting and homeschooling. Beautiful printables.
Jill has great advice and creative ideas for Grandparents from an experienced Grand! She even shows you how to have a Grandma Camp! Sign me up!
Kelli has built a site full of helpful homeschool resources, family activities and printables.
Crystal has compiled everything from the “letter of the week” to daily meal plans!
Tiff helps moms make sense of Autism diagnosis. She offers calming and behavioral resources from a first hand experience for kiddos on the spectrum.
Michelle is passionate for encouraging moms to live life abundantly and experience more joy in special needs parenting.
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