Homeschool Mom you’re a treasure, but it is so important to the health and wellness of your homeschool. Stop! You don’t need to take notes, just read and relax. Today we’re going to talk about giving ourselves a break. This is a multi-faceted statement. First I want to talk about not being so hard on […]
Many homesteaders also homeschool and are often asked about how their children will fair “in the real world”. It’s an uncomfortable question because how can anyone know the future. Here is one family’s honest answer to that question and others as several of their children have grown up and flown the nest. Whether you homeschool […]
Home education at The Giles Frontier is more of a lifestyle. When the boys show an interest in a creative process, we dive in deep and see where it leads. Crockett taught himself to carve whistles from bamboo. Immersion learning has so many benefits for children. See how Crockett turned this lesson into income.
Homeschool styles are as varied as homeschoolers themselves. But today I’m going to share a few different approaches and styles in homeschooling. This is certainly not an exhaustive list but I can tell you that we have probably been in each of these styles, at least to some degree, over the years.
The farmer’s market is like an outdoor classroom. Teaching your children real life skills along with where food comes from is all in a day’s lesson. Join our family on an journey with a $5 food challenge for a family of four.
Homesteading with your kids creates a wonderful learning opportunity, especially when you homeschool. This week we made dandelion oil and here you can see how we made it into a learning activity for our pre-schooler.