by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta One of the advantages we have as homeschooling families in current times is that we have come after the trailblazers.  The mothers and fathers who have gone before us are a wealth of information and encouragement.  And, another huge advantage is, we...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta Do you have one of those kids who always seems to have a screen in front of her face and ear buds in her ears?  Why not use that technology to your advantage in your child's education?  Require your teen to...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta It's that time of year when life feels busy.  There is shopping and cooking and baking and parties and wrapping and scheduling and decorating and homeschooling.  Do you slow your homeschool down in December?  Wendy from Hip Homeschool Moms gives you...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta Happy Thanksgiving!!!!  We at ReasonU pray your Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the goodness of our Lord! I am thankful for the work these bloggers have done to bring a great selection of Thanksgiving Freebies for us to enjoy with...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta On Wednesday's post, I shared with you a blog from Matt Walsh that answered the question most stay-at-home moms are asked at least once: "What do you do all day?"  If you are a homeschooling mom who is at home all...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta Someone recently asked me what I do all day.  Where does my time go?  How come I don't have time for one more thing?  Fortunately, there was another person sitting with us who said, "Clearly, she cannot account for every minute...

Written by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta On that day I walked out of the library, I had no idea the book the librarian just handed me was going to change my life.  I checked out Learning All the Time: How small children begin to read, write, count...

Posted by Karen Schaefer Fecarotta Ah, the typical homeschooler. The one who is always advanced, reading fifth grade level books at only four years old!  The one who graduated med school at the ripe old age of seventeen.  Or is that just the type of homeschooler...