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Early Years of Homeschooling
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Hi! my name is Lorna, we are a homeschool family of three. We started to home educate our child when she was very little. There are a lot of families in our church that homeschooled their children; and that influenced and inspired us to do the same. I came from the Philippines, I thought it would be hard for me to homeschool. We discovered that there are a lot of curriculums out there that could help families with their homeschooling needs.
I would be sharing our personal experience on this wonderful world of homeschooling, may my work be of help to those people who are looking forward to homeschool their children.
In this page I will be focusing more on the things we did during our early years of homeschooling. Please take time to watch the videos of our early homeschooling years. It was not perfect, but to us it was exciting. I hope you will have time to spare viewing our early years of homeschool.
Video tidbits on our homeschooling journey - Memory verses
When our child was around 4 years old.
Bible Class - School starts with the Bible....
Bible Class in the living room....
Bible Class - Early years
From the Bible...
"The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding." (Proverbs 9:10)
I am so pleased that Abeka have phonics on their curriculum. I came from the Philippines, and have an accent, that was a concern . Abeka Phonics lessons helps a lot!
This is what we are doing now...
We were using a variety of curriculums when we started homeschooling, we decided to use Abeka because It is a traditional way to homeschool your child; which my husband and I are very comfortable with. We decided to venture this year to Abeka Academy video program due to some personal reasons. We like the freedom of this curriculum. Our daughter favored this choice too. I made an article, "Homeschooling using a Video Program." I hope you can check this out too.
My favorite homeschooling quote:
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.
~ Albert Einstein