The Heart Of Our Day

Whether we are using the ready made Morning Time plans from Pam’s site or winging it on our own, Morning Time has become the heart of our homeschool day. We love coming together and learning new things and exploring the beauty of our world through nature, art,...

Lots of Littles

Lots of Littles I was homeschooled off and on growing up as a military kid and honestly loved every minute of it, and I dreamed of homeschooling my children. Then I did… And it wasn’t feeling like the ideal thing I wanted it to be. You see, I have 4 kids who are at the moment...

Starting Morning Time Again

I’d given up on doing morning time as a family. I never could meet the needs of both my high school teenagers and my young 1st and 2nd graders. Then I read Better Together by Pam Barnhill. Before I finished the book I was inspired to restart morning time as a...

“That’s What I AM Doing”!

“That’s What I AM Doing”! I am a second generation homeschooling Mom of 7 children ages 1-13. I had heard of “Morning Time” or “Circle Time’, but always said, “That just doesn’t fit in our family style.” I did, however, love reading aloud to my...

Family Culture Formation

Family Culture Formation Even before we began homeschooling, learning all together as a family was what we planned to do because family culture formation was our priority, even over academics. Fast forward a few years and we are still learning all together for our Morning Time (or Calendar...
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