Start Your Homeschool Day With Delight
Start Your Homeschool Day With Delight
Learning is not about just checking things off a list
When your schedule is packed, it’s hard to remember why you began homeschooling in the first place. You wanted to spend time shaping the character of your children and building strong relationships. Checking boxes leads to homeschooling that feels like school at home. You wanted more than an adequate education for your kids….
With a Morning Basket you’ll finally get to the subjects you’ve always wanted to do
Learn and Laugh Together
Try our sample Month of Morning Time ready-made plans.
We’ve chosen the artwork, poems, books, music and more. You can open and go because we’ve done all the hard work for you.
Choose from the block or loop schedule — pick the one that best meets your needs. Tips, tutorials, and morning time resources delivered right to your inbox will help you make the most of your plans.
You can have joy in your homeschool
Choose your tools
From full sets of themed lessons, to mix-and-match resources, to live events, we have pulled together everything you need to start a Morning Basket.
Get the help you need
We are here every step of the way with answers to your Morning Basket questions, tutorials, and community to help you make this new habit a reality that sticks.
Inspire a love of learning
Watch your kids delight in your new homeschool subjects and beg for more. You might even find yourself learning new things you love.
Have the homeschool you’ve been longing for
Simplify your schedule
Combine students for the most efficient
use of your precious time.
Strengthen your family
discussion, and memorization.
Savor the subjects that matter most
Hi, I’m Pam
When I learned about Morning Time (aka Morning Basket) everything changed. I knew I had to have this in my life. It gave me a place to collect all those small subjects giving them weight in my day, and combining my kids gave me the time to fit more in. Not to mention that we loved learning together instead of juggling time spent between kids or hunched over individual lessons. Fast forward eight years and now I want you to experience the joy and satisfaction a Morning Basket can bring as well.
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“I am loving, loving, loving your emails!! We have incorporated many of your ideas into our mornings, and it has changed our entire homeschool feel! The kids are so much more relaxed and “together” (and so is Mom!). A hundred thank yous and hugs.”
“I’m a second-generation homeschooler. When I was a kid I learned to eat the frog first, and that’s a fine approach. But Morning Time gives us a great way to start off the day. If we’re running on a tighter schedule, and we skip Morning Time, I’ve noticed that the attitudes are a little more abrasive. Morning Time’s filled with stuff that you may not otherwise fit into the day, and my kids love it.”
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