Special Price on Courses Ends Soon

I hope you are enjoying the start of 2016. January is a great time for making plans, looking forward to the future, and having hope for good things to come and courage for challenges ahead. I thought I would just drop you a reminder that my courses are only available until the end of January. If anyone joins before the … Continue reading

Thoughts on Homeschooling Success

Happy New Year! At about this time of the year most people will have given up on their New Year Resolutions, which usually consist of trying to lose weight, living more healthily, and going to bed earlier.  For homeschooling parents, we can add promising ourselves to read to our children more frequently and to shout at them less. When we … Continue reading

I Have Stopped Homeschooling

Our youngest child has tidied her desk, sorted her shelves, and packed her best work into a box to go into the attic to be kept. She has tidied her wardrobe and drawers and is preparing to go off to Bible School for six months. It feels momentous, huge and scary. For me, not her. It’s 27½ years since we … Continue reading

How You Can Teach Those Difficult Subjects

When you started considering homeschooling did you wonder about how you would teach those difficult subjects that are not your strong subject, or that you failed at yourself at school? Were you afraid that your child would miss out because you couldn’t teach him? Homeschooling doesn’t mean that your child needs to miss out on what you can’t teach him. … Continue reading

Book and Course Recommendation

This week I received a happy surprise in the form of an email from someone who is just completing the Grammar Lessons Made Easy course.  I wrote back to Suzy and asked her if I could share her email, and she said yes! So here it is: Hi Stephanie, Just a quick email to let you know how much my … Continue reading