Amy has found her God-given purpose in life as a homeschooling mama to two energetic bundles of joy who help her see wonder and delight in the world every day. She loves spending time with her family, being outside, and taking photos, and she finds her happy place when those three things collide in a beautiful way. She shares encouragement for homeschooling while striving to live the life God has intended at A Journey of Purpose.
Amy Maze is a homemaker, mother to two little children, child of God, and a blogger. She loves to learn, plan, and create. When she is not teaching her children or spending time with her husband, you will find her blogging at Living and Learning at Home and Classical Copywork.
Annie Kate and her husband are the parents of five busy blessings, ages 11-21. Though inspired by classical and Charlotte Mason education, they have discovered that the best learning involves real life: music, cooking, dairy farming, nature walks, bee keeping, reading, judo, blogging, website development, gardening, photography and more. Annie Kate's goal is to inspire and equip her children to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, and mind, and to love their neighbors as themselves.
Barb McCoy- Harmony Art Mom writes about homeschooling their teens on her blog Harmony Art Mom. and taking family outdoor adventures on her other blog, Handbook of Nature Study. She is the author and host for the Outdoor Hour Challenge and a series of ebooks helping families get started with simple nature study. Barb also founded Harmony Fine Arts which helps homeschoolers with their art and music appreciation.
Betsy is a writer, blogger, homeschool consultant and most importantly, mom to her 18 year old, who was adopted as an infant. Betsy and her husband chose to homeschool her, to provide 1 on 1's and the nurturing spirit of learning at home. And this year, her teen was accepted into four colleges! Betsy blogs about their journey, at BJ's HomeschoolOur Steps to College. She enjoys gardening, writing stories for preschoolers, and getting out in nature as a family. Betsy also offers free homeschool help to families here.
The biggest reason Cindy chose to homeschool was because she loves experiencing life with her children and watching them grow inside and out. She's sure that’s why the Charlotte Mason method first caught her attention. It allows her to be creative in scheduling, rigorous in learning, yet opens the door for plenty of close-knit time, opportunities for her children to explore their interests and offers enough free time for them to be children. She implements many of Charlotte Mason's methods with an eclectic twist of things that work for her family! Besides writing on her blog, Our Journey Westward, you can find her NaturExplorers studies and other creative curricula at Shining Dawn Books.
I'm a Mama to five kiddos from out-of-highschooler to preschooler living among cows and corn in central PA. Our curriculum choices reflect Charlotte Mason with a Classical Ed flair, and we'll throw in anything else that works! Come on over and visit us - hope to see you there!
Homeschooling mom of our Fantastic Four- former middle and high school biology teacher, paper crafter and sewing visioneer, nature lover, and wife to a dashing chemical engineer! This year we are homeschooling 9th, 7th, 5th, and 2nd grades. We strive for experiencing the extraordinary while still being enchanted with the everyday. We are primarily a unit study family with a Charlotte Mason flavor and a sprinkling of unschooling.
Heidi homeschools her two children in Maine using an eclectic mix of Charlotte Mason's ideas, quality literature, and hands on learning. Through it all she strives to show her kids that learning is an exciting, life-long adventure. She shares their experiences on her blog, Home Schoolroom.
All-around frugal mom, always looking for ways to be a better steward with the things God has blessed us with. My home school program is made up of mostly free programs and resources. Our homeschool style is very eclectic... traditional textbook to classical to unschooling, you will find a little bit of everything on our bookshelves.
Jen blogs at Forever, For Always, No Matter What. She has one amazing husband and six eclectic kids. Stop in for a visit as she blogs about their Catholic faith, homeschooling and adoption, all while trying to fit in exercise and healthy eating.
Kendra lives in Tasmania Australia with her husband, the Man From Down Under, her two curious boys, a dog that thinks he's human, a guinea pig that won't stop squeaking, & a bird learning to talk back. She's a second generation home educator. She loves using methods from Unit Studies to Boxed Curriculum and everything in between to help feed the curious minds of her two, ever growing, boys. Creator, and avid user, of the Homeschooling Book of Days & The Nature Game. She can be found retelling tales from The Land Down Under over at the Aussie Pumpkin Patch.
Megan has been homeschooling her girls from the beginning and learning is a way of life for their family. Most days you will find them exploring their Central Florida community, having fun while learning. She is constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage her children. She helps families discover creative ways to learn together over at Education Possible.
Shirley lives with her husband and two teen daughters in the English countryside just outside the beautiful market town of Chesterfield in the famous Peak District of England. The family have homeschooled for 8 years. They homeschool using A.C.E. adding a little Charlotte Mason twist where they can. She loves her multifaceted role in life and seeks to share her passion for Godly womanhood, mothering, home-keeping and home educating with others. She writes about these passions on her blog 'Under An English Sky'.
Stephanie has been a military spouse for 17 years and is a homeschool mom of 10+ years. She is mom to three creative kids from college grad down to third grade. Her homeschool style is eclectic with Charlotte Mason and classical influences. She and her husband of 22 years serve and live wherever the US Army sends them. She also shares her homeschool and life experiences on her other blogs,Harrington Harmonies and Eucharistic Life When she isn't teaching, writing or moving she enjoys sightseeing, gardening, and cooking.
Steve keeps busy with five children and a job in information security. He also has a second job as principal of the Hodgepodge homeschool.
As a veteran educator I am always looking for new ways to bring learning to life for my family. I enjoy traveling, sharing ideas with other moms, and helping my children explore the world around them. Our favorite subjects to study together are history, literature and geography. I blog about our educational adventures at Education Possible and I share literature related resources at World for Learning
Homeschooling for over a dozen years now, Tricia faces a daily dose of chaos with five children. She is author of art curriculum for all ages, a cookbook series and helpful homeschool habits at Hodgepodge. She and her husband, Steve, are owners of The Curriculum Choice.