Karen Taylor

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California  ·  Homeschool advocate, writer, mentor, PSP director, & proud mom of two adult children.
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How to Make Life Skills Part of Homeschooling via @kris_wuhsmom

How to Make Life Skills Part of Homeschooling via @kris_wuhsmom

Mathematical Reasoning Review

Mathematical Reasoning Review

Charlotte Mason drawing lessons

Charlotte Mason drawing lessons

https://www.powerhomeschool.org/

https://www.powerhomeschool.org/

Lentil quinoa loaf

Lentil quinoa loaf

100% Free, Personalized Learning for Every Student

100% Free, Personalized Learning for Every Student

https://plantzst.com/chocolate-plant-based-frosty/

Don’t miss this creamy Chocolate Plant-based Frosty recipe. Wendy’s doesn’t compare to this delicious sugar-free, date-sweetened treat.

Over 130 Language Arts Curriculum Options

Over 130 Language Arts Curriculum Options

Unschooling High School (Can You Do That?)

Unschooling High School (Can You Do That?)

An Instant Pot version of an old favorite. This Vegan Marinara Sauce is so elegant and delicious, your family will surely be impressed. Easy and fast!

An Instant Pot version of an old favorite. This Vegan Marinara Sauce is so elegant and delicious, your family will surely be impressed. Easy and fast!

Sweet summer peaches play a starring role in this homey, old-fashioned, vegan peach cobbler that tastes best when served warm.

Sweet summer peaches play a starring role in this homey, old-fashioned, vegan peach cobbler that tastes best when served warm.

Wondering what life skills you need to equip your kids with? This list of 30 ideas is where I'm starting!

It's my job to ensure my kids have the knowledge to get through life. Schools don't teach life skills, but it's still an important part of our homeschool.

homeschooling has many advantages is teaching lost skills one of them? How and why kids may need knowledge from generations long past

homeschooling has many advantages is teaching lost skills one of them? How and why kids may need knowledge from generations long past