Category Archives: Homeschooling

Gardening as Home Education

Gardening as home education, health and now safety.

Prepping is trending. Are we entering a famdemic? Who knows? But be prepared!

Here are some quick ideas to help you garden in whatever situation you find yourself, especially if it is late for putting in a garden.

You will also want to check out one of our oldie goldies, from 2008 with Marcus Young of Bloomers Gardens in Elgin, Texas.

Home Schooling Legal Information

I posted a rerun episode for our interviewing with the Home School Legal Defense Association last week. This would be helpful to all the families new to home education. Further, the lawyers who started this association did so specifically because they felt their children with special learning needs/”learning disabilities” were not being well served in public school.

However, I am not finding that post! And I know I posted it! Apparently, we are continuing to have technical difficulties. Our vendors have not changed, although they have updated their services. Are we being attacked because of what is posting on this website? Unknown. So, I apologize for what may seem like delayed posting.

I am trying to bring good information to you. It appears today that I will again have to interrupt the flow in order to work on technical difficulties — not to mention personal life. Stay tuned.

Weigh in with good ideas for our children! Email me personally to let me know of problems you are having. For now, if you don’t see this episode, use the search function in the right hand margin and put in ” home school legal” — that is all I know for now. Apologies!

Homeschooling Triples — Encouragement to Be Part of the Movement

By very conservative estimates, homeschooling has tripled. Why do you suppose?

Whatever the reasons, there are good academic reasons. Even after the covid theater has shut down, there are safety reasons. Character and civics education is very needed. Getting away from Critical Race Theory and Marxism is not on the list.  Worldview, lifestyle, and family reasons rank highly, too.

Here is some great encouragement for you. Also, I am offering some guidance on choosing curricula and methods. First, see my book ” Learn at Home for Great Shalom.”

Also, helpful for the student in junior and senior high, and certainly before going off to college. How to Win the Game of School.