Stability to Our Day

Stability to Our Day With 5 children (10 & younger), life is anything but predictable. But when all of the children gather around our dining table for the good and beautiful things, we have stability. They know the rhythm of that special time. My school-aged children get a break from...

A Time To Pause

A Time To Pause As a military family, with many moves (a few overseas) under our belt and a lot of shift and change it was time for a different pause. We were in a new home again, decided to homeschool and I was introduced to Pam’s website and Morning Time wisdom. This Truth,...

Our Morning Time

Our Morning Time We’ve always started our school day with Bible and prayer, but it’s only in the last few months that I’ve started to add other things to our morning routine. I’m still figuring out what works best, but at the moment we begin our morning time with prayer, Bible...

We CAN do this!

We CAN do this! I’m a homeschool graduate who is now homeschooling two sweet girls of my own. Somewhere around the time my firstborn reached 3rd grade and the youngest was starting real school, I began to really burn out. We were falling behind (for real) as I swung too far toward...

Game Changer

Game Changer Finding Morning Time was the best thing that ever happened to our homeschool. Some days, we only do Morning Time. Read Alouds are the central part of our time together before my son completes any independent work. We sit on the couch, meditate, then rotate through...

Starting with Joy

Starting with Joy Like so many others, we had been doing “morning time” for years but not calling it that. The difference was it wasn’t organized, and most of the time went WAY too long and ended in crying. Then I discovered Pam and Your Morning Basket and her morning time plans. Wow!!...
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