Safe Haven Homeschooling

  • Module 1: Every Child is Different

    Photo by Artem Kniaz on Unsplash The Basics of the Basics of Learning I sat at the dining table with Ryan trying to make him understand how to find the value of x and why he would even want to. Working in his A Beka book, keeping his attention on the subject at hand was…

  • Module 4: Different Learning Styles and Ways that Kids are Smart (and Moms, too!)

    Photo by Stephen Andrews on Unsplash Learning Styles There are different ways that people learn best. I learn best by reading. I would be classified as a visual learner. Others learn best by listening. They are auditory learners and would do well with audiobooks or being read aloud to or even reading aloud to themselves.…

  • Help for Homeschool Moms

    Help for Homeschool Moms I produce videos and books that I hope will help homeschool moms with their homeschooling and with their relationships in their families. I have a passion for encouraging homeschool moms to keep on homeschooling even when it gets hard. I really believe that homeschooling is the best way to cultivate strong family relationships and to foster…

  • Teens Unleashed: A Book Review

    If you have teens and you homeschool, or if you have pre-teens and want to be prepared for the teen years, this book is for you! You don’t even necessarily have to homeschool to glean a lot from this book. The author describes how she went from trying to control everything her kids did in…

  • How to Get Your Kids to Do Their Work Without a Fight

    HOW TO GET YOUR KIDS TO DO THEIR WORK WITHOUT A FIGHT It starts with relationship. We need to build relationship with each of our children. We need to spend time with each one getting to know them. We need to win their hearts, tie heartstrings, through the way we treat them, the things we do for…

  • What Are Living Books?

    Here’s a short video explaining what living books are. Living books are used in a Charlotte Mason education. Living books are 1. written by one author in a narrative, story, conversational form; 2. Well-written, story well-told; 3 It touches your emotions, fires your imagination; 4. Contains ideas, not just dry facts.

  • Dear Struggling Homeschool Mom, I See You 2

    How do you get it all done? That is the question! I think this question has been asked way more than “To be or not to be?” Especially among homeschool moms. Don’t you agree? Let’s look at some of the things we have to do: 2. Feed them, 3. Take care of babies and toddlers,…

  • Dear Struggling Homeschool Mom, I See You

    Dear Struggling Homeschool Mom, I See You Does any of this sound like you? Husband doesn’t helpKids don’t listenFamily thinks you’re crazyStrangers think you’re crazySometimes You think you’re crazyToo much to doSo tiredHouse is a messYou don’t measure upYou can’t get it all doneIt never gets doneHusband is demandingNever aloneNever get any me timeNever get time alone…

  • Functional Family Schooling

    Family is the building block of society It starts at home.What starts at home?Everything in a person’s life! There are SO many things that children learn at home from their parents and from living in a family. Children learn at home how to: – treat people well– love unconditionally– forgive– walk in love– walk in…

  • You CAN Homeschool High School!

    Some people think of homeschooling as something that is only for young children, and then at some point you need to put them in “school”. I disagree. I think the best thing we can do for our kids is to homeschool them all the way through high school. If you desire to keep that warm,…

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