About Homeschool

Our house (HMS Homeschool!) ran like a huge homeschool ship, for 25 years.

All was ship-shape.


Now it’s docked, past its years of riding the waves, more like a floating museum.

This page will take you on a tour of all the posts on this site that pertain to home schooling.

Hope you enjoy the visit!

First, some statistics.

What is it like?  

Part 2

Do NOT Try Homeschooling!

Part 2

Part 3

ABC’s of Homeschool

Is There Life After Homeschool?

The Last of the Unsupported Homeschoolers

Sweet Memories – Dog Picnic

Sweet Memories – Angel

Sweet Memories – Memorizing

Sweet Memories – Garden

Sweet Memories – Tutoring

Homeschooling the Infant

The Two-Year-Old

The Three-Year-Old 

The Four-Year-Old

Homeschool–The Original Tradition

How-To Q&A

My One Big Mistake (guested)

Click Undo

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

My Homeschool Friend in Heaven

Eighteen Reasons Doctors and Lawyers Homeschool Their Children

20,000 Visitors!

Saving $20,000,000,000

A Note to All Bullied Kids

A Cure for the Quits 

Part 2 

Part 3

Part 4

Who Do You Think You ARE!?

All Parents Home School

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

All Children Home School; A True Story

All Children Home School; The Rest of the Story

No Such Thing As a Single Income Family?

For Home Educators, Only!

Part 2

Part 3


Missing Children Found!

Believe It or Not

Kinds of Babies (Learning Styles)


Why Public School?

The Solution   Can We Fix?

To Change Curriculum?

Traditional Textbooks?

Disposable Workbooks?

Unit Studies?

All In One?

Happy Dance

A Few Favorite Money/Time Savers

What to Do With Toddlers!

How to Make a Schedule

Free Curriculum


I did not know this would be so long.

You’re welcome!


5 thoughts on “About Homeschool

  1. Marsha says:

    It is a big commitment to homeschool. I never had children so it was not an option for me, However, I did teach in a Christian school for two years before moving to public education. Then I worked as an administrator in the County Office of Education. The County Offices have many functions in CA. One of those is to license and oversee charter schools. We have one charter school which is for parents and children who are homeschooling. The parents have access to the resources that ADA monies buy. They can come in to take classes several times a week. The curriculum is available to check out. There are many awesome benefits to being part of the charter school.

  2. Rushd Lady says:

    Hi! Stranger! smile! Just wanted you to know that you have been thought of lately. Email me and I’ll tell the latest. I’ve begun a new project called a Positivity Journal and I’m so proud of myself — I actually figured out how to make a YouTube video and have done so these last couple of months to show and tell what I’ve created in my Journal. You have been mentioned in one of my posts.

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