Treat Homeschooling as a Blessing

Written By: Regina from @joy_wellness_homeschool Homeschool is not school at Home: It is a lifestyle of daily intentional choices; maneuvering and figuring out a rhythm that best meets the needs of YOUR family Regina @joy_wellness_homeschool Christ centered Homeschooling Family, who loves to encourage and help those considering or new to homeschool. Even if you do […]

Toddler Mini Series: 3 Part Conversation with the The Homeschool Project Podcast

Written and Resources Provided By: Anita and Nathan @homeschool_project_podcast Explore the world and all it has to offer and you will never be bored again. The Homeschool Project Podcast What is The Homeschool Project Podcast? We are Nathan and Anita, military family and homeschooling parents to 3 beautiful children. We are the hosts of The […]

Homeschooling with Learning Styles

Written By: Christina Etchberger, Creator of It’s a Military Life and Homeschool Teacher What’s your style? Whether you are homeschooling or taking part in online or virtual learning, we all have a style of teaching. Most importantly, our children have different learning styles. When considering how you will or are currently teaching your child, consider […]

Teen Perspective: It’s Cool to be Homeschooled!

This piece is by a military teen-Elena A. Thanks for sharing your story, Elena! Before high school, I had never been to public school before. For half of my life, I was homeschooled. I originally started homeschooling in 1st grade. My mom asked me whether I wanted to go to school for 6+ hours a […]

Spotlight: The Homeschool Project Podcast

Last year we decided that we were going to homeschool our children.  It was something that we had thought about for quite a while and we finally made the decision.  About 6 months ago we started the Homeschool Project Podcast to try and build a community for homeschool families and all those that might have interest in starting.   1) We are so excited […]

Homeschooling: Start Simple with Pre-K Goals

Summer is a time for teacher prep and finding out what works for you. We always have a scheduled day in our house (2.5 year old and 8 month old brothers), but our activities are mostly very simple. I address a learning goal and make it appropriate for his age and ability, and go from […]

It’s a Military Life: 10 Fun Outside Activities to Do at Home

Whether you have children, a dog, or it’s just you and your significant other, it is so easy to waste away on the couch in front of the TV. I know, I am not making the best out of my free time, when Netflix asks me, “Are you still watching?” What Netflix is really saying […]