N is for Nativity

This post is for letter “N” in the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series. It was written by Meg from Adventures with Jude. I love collecting Nativity sets.  My most prized creche is an olivewood set that hubby and I purchased at a Bethlehem gift shop on our honeymoon.  Every year, it is placed [...]

The Passion of Mary: An Untold Story of Advent

The Passion of Mary: An Untold Story of Advent

We’ve talked a lot about preparing our children’s hearts for Christmas, but what about your heart, Mom? Is your heart ready to celebrate the birth of our Savior, or are you too caught up in the stress and busyness of Christmas to truly focus on the reason for the season? I’m so excited to introduce [...]

Learning about Christmas Around the World {6-Day Mini Unit Study}

Christmas Around the World 6-Day Mini Unit Study

This post is for letter “L” of the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series. It was written by Victoria from Homemaking with Heart. When we teach our children about the world outside their doorstep, we widen their awareness and understanding to different worldviews and ways of life beside their own.  This awareness will be [...]

Keeping it Simple at Christmas

Keeping it Simple at Christmas

This post is part of the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Tara from This Sweet Life of Mine. When my kids were younger, I loved Christmas shopping. The older they got, though, the more I began to dread it. I would carry a notebook with me so I could make [...]

J is for Finding Real Joy

The Secret to Finding Real Joy

This post is for letter “J” of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays and it is written by one of my closest friends and greatest prayer warriors, Rebecca Brandt from Mom’s Mustard Seeds. Have you enjoyed the beginning of the Holiday season – seeking that Joy we all want in our lives? It’s amazing, [...]

J is for Jotham’s Journey

ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays- J is for Jotham's Journey

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series. It was written by Gena from I Choose Joy. One of our favorite Christmas traditions has been to read Jotham’s Journey: A Storybook for Advent (and the other books in the series by Arnold Ytreeide) each night of Advent. It’s something our [...]

4 Intentional Ways to Homeschool Through the Holidays

4 Intentional Ways to Homeschool Through the Holidays

This post is for letter “I” in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Marcy from Ben and Me. I don’t know about you, but November is the when I generally experience my first homeschool slump of the year. There’s another one that usually comes around March, but we’ll leave that [...]

H is for Humility

Homeschooling Through the Holidays H is for Humility

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Carlie from So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler? Humility is a major focus in our homeschool year-round, however it is of particular focus during the holiday season. Why? Because Jesus himself was the most humble person that will ever [...]