The Quiet Homemaker

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Category: Homeschool

Homeschooling: Much More Than “Schooling at Home”!

Homeschooling Much More Than Schooling at HomeHello dear readers. Today I would like to share with you all a guest post from a very dear friend and sister in Christ, Cristine Pina. She is a wonderful woman of God, a mother and wife, and a huge inspiration to me. She also runs a Vlog, Delight Yourself In The Lord, on Youtube that you should really check out.

It is so important, whether we homeschool our children or not, that we instill the truth and virtues of Jesus into our children’s hearts. They are the future missionaries and disciples that will carry God’s word onto the next generation. This is our one true purpose in this world!

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5 Things New Homeschoolers Should Know…

So, you have decided to homeschool your child! This is a great opportunity for both you and your child. It can also be very scary and overwhelming. Being able to homeschool is an amazing gift and blessing. Though there will be many days when you do not feel like this is true. Here are a few things that you can do to ensure that your homeschool is a success.

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Our Wonderful Experience with Kiwi Crate

Our Wonderful Experience with Kiwi CrateWe LOVE it!

So I knew that this Kiwi Crate box was going to go over well. MK loves to build things like this. This was such a wonderful project for MK and I to enjoy together. The way that these projects are put together you get a lot of learning and multiple projects.

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A Fun Surprise!

A Fun Surprise for MKLook what we go in the mail! Our first Kiwii Crate. What a fun surprise! We are so excited about this little green box.

I was so impress with the ad that I saw on Facebook, and knew that MK would love this. Really though, I was not sure if I wanted to commit. As we were approaching his birthday they offered a discount. This is great I thought, I can give him the first one for his birthday and the next two for Christmas! Score!

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