We all have hopes and dreams for our children: values we hope they develop, a vision for the world...Read More
As the parent of a special needs kid, the last thing I ever expected to feel when we began our homeschooling journey was relief. But that’s what we got. As the single mother of a child with nine different diagnoses, I don’t use the word, “relief”, lightly.Read More
Are you thinking about how to approach history in your homeschool? Particularly if you are just starting out, it can seem like there are too many choices. Should you start with American history, or go chronologically? Should you buy a structured program or build your own, based off your child’s interests? I’ll be breaking down how to make decisions about history for your homeschool, and sharing my planning process plus a free printable chart along the way.Read More
Kids in middle school are experiencing an explosion in brain activity and connectivity. They go from the black and white, concreteness of earlier childhood, to deeper thinking. They’re really yearning for big questions and ideas. They desire more challenge, but how do we get the level of challenge right?Read More
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I want to personally thank you for being an important part of the SEA Homeschoolers community,
Blair Lee, founder of Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers