What's Behind Your Homeschool?

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Charlotte Mason. Great books. Unit studies. Relaxed. These are words associated with various approaches to homeschooling. I often use "literature-rich" to describe Sonlight's homeschool curriculum.

Today I came across an excellent post about Mission-Minded Homeschooling. Sonlight has had a heart for the world from the beginning, but this post brought a fresh perspective on the idea. I was encouraged. I think you will be too!

The different structures associated with homeschooling can be very important. But for me, a global perspective is an excellent element to have behind your homeschool. I love the idea of Mission-Minded Homeschooling, and I'm thrilled to be part of a company that promotes it.

What big ideas/overarching concepts do you feel important to have behind your 3Rs?

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

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3 Comments

  1. Yara

    We need to stay relaxed & family friendly. Sometimes getting every single thing checked off is not possible with a toddler running around to entertain his older sisters. Sometimes, we need to remember that family, loving your brother/sister and learning to be a good person are also very important lessons ; )

  2. Kris

    Luke,
    I am humbled and grateful for this post here. Thank you for what you do, for how you are a part of something as awesome as Sonlight. Our family is changing in amazing ways as we continue to learn together through the increadibly rich curriculum we have purchased. I could go on and on, but for now, just, thank you, and God continue to bless you in your ministry at Sonlight. ;)

  3. Great reminders, Yara! I really like the reminder that your schedule and IG are "a tool, not a taskmaster" [smile].

    Thank you, Kris. Thank you!

    ~Luke