As a former traditional school educator, I’ve been encouraged and challenged by Master Books to move away from the idea that homeschooling should look like the traditional classroom. It is more of a lifestyle environment where we use textbooks, scripture, nature, life skills, and more for our “classroom,” building our children up with an eternal mindset and a true preparedness for their world. Master Books has been the perfect curriculum for “real life” and my kids are thriving!
Homeschooling isn’t just about information and books. It’s about parenting, discipleship, and speaking to our kids’ hearts. It can be a lot… and some days just feel like we’re walking uphill in the mud. Desiree, homeschool mom of 3, shares four encouraging quotes for homeschool families she has learned from the Master Books team and community. These quotes will give you hope and strength to walk boldly through the most challenging seasons.
Anna, a wife and homeschool mom of 6 children, traces the hand of God who has faithfully provided for her family in every season. Using Matthew 6;33, she encourages other homeschool parents to seek Him first in all family matters including discipling her children.
Katelyn, a homeschool mom of 4 children, encourages other homeschool parents to overcome discouragement in four simple steps. She also shares specifical Scriptures and the homeschool courses that have helped her disciple her children in very important ways.
Your God-given role as a homeschool mom is critical and will certainly impact the generations that follow you. To encourage you in your role, our president, Randy Pratt, joined the Master Books podcast to discuss the vital importance of your role in your family and your legacy. Here are just a few points he shared in this very special episode.
Homeschooling can be a flexible and personalized learning experience, allowing you to set your own pace and tailor the curriculum to your child's individual needs and abilities. At Master Books, we encourage you to create a rhythm of learning, exploring, and doing life together that meets your family’s needs. These five tips on setting your own pace will help you win at homeschooling.