5 Quotes for Homeschool Moms from Martin Luther King Jr.

5 Quotes for Homeschool Moms from Martin Luther King Jr.

While working on the  Martin Luther King Jr. Online Unit Study , I came across this quote from Martin Luther King Jr.   This quote resonates with me. Dr. King may have written it in 1947 in a context of racial tension, but his words are still powerful for 21st century learners. Critical thinking skills are crucial in the Information Age. We need to know how to process large amounts of information and discern fact from fiction. And when it comes down to it, character will get someone farther in life than any amount of intelligence. Reading this wisdom piqued my curiosity and got me wondering what other wisdom Dr. King had for homeschoolers.  Consider these quotes, my homeschoolin’ momma friend….     Which one resonates strongest with you? Comment below. I’d love to know what you’re thinking.      

How We Homeschool: Our Daily Routine

How We Homeschool: Our Daily Routine

Do you ever look at other homeschool families and wonder “How do they do it”? What does the day-to-day learning routine look like in their home? Does their routine really work for them, or are they still trying to find their groove just like me? I’ve wondered these things sometimes, not to compare, but to get ideas. I am always looking for ways to serve my girls better and to find the homeschooling schedule that works best with their personalities and learning style.  You see, I struggle with being consistent. I need to find a rhythm that works really well for the current season of our life. And adjust that routine when needed. And give myself the freedom to call a “productive playday” when we get a kink in our routine. But, I have found a routine that has been working well for us for a while now. So, my  friend, this is what our daily homeschooling routine looks like now…for this season of our life. I try to follow this routine four days a week, year round (giving us flexibility to take a break when “life happens”). We work off a … [Read on, my friend]