A Folk Hero Do you live near the Memphis, TN area? If so, you will love the Casey Jones Museum in Jackson, TN, just a short one-hour drive from Memphis, TN. Our homeschool group, P226 Innovative Homeschoolers visited the museum last Friday. We have been living in Memphis for exactly ten years this month and… Continue reading Who Was Casey Jones?
Or at least that's what I think Here in Memphis it's the first day of school. Many people in our city sent their children back to school and most homeschoolers started school this morning. Our four homeschoolers started Abeka online school today! This year marks our twelfth year as home educators. We started when our… Continue reading School Teachers Can Do it…But not Me!
What are you teaching your children? Proverbs 28:6 Better the poor whose walk is blameless than the rich whose ways are perverse. I am not sure why, but out the clear blue I recalled a situation that happened thirteen years ago. I was pregnant with my now thirteen-year-old Sophia. We had three other children, I… Continue reading When You Don’t Pay for Your Purchase…
Keep Reading... Romans 14:19 “Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification.” I am the director of a large homeschool organization here in Memphis, TN, calledP226 Innovative Homeschoolers. We started monthly topic meetings this school year. We had our first monthly topic meeting on Tuesday to learn how… Continue reading Children Shouldn’t Do Chores
Well, that's up to them - and you! To be honest, I really thought the idea that homeschoolers don’t socialize was not a subject anymore until a few weeks ago. Our family was at a church gathering when a woman asked where my children go to school, and I told her they’re homeschooled. She looked… Continue reading Will My Homeschooler Make Friends This Year?