I love year-end reflections, and today we’re sharing our 10 most popular articles of 2020 as determined by you! These are the posts that had the most pageviews, the ones you liked and shared the most. Maybe you’ll find an old favorite here or some fresh inspiration to carry you into the New Year!

Getting Started with Nature Journaling

We get a lot of messages about nature journaling (what it is, how to do it, and what about if my kids hate it?!). In this article, we answered all your most frequently asked nature journaling questions.

Discovering Your Homeschool Style Quiz

This interactive quiz helped many of you zero in on your homeschool style and find great resources that align with your values and your goals for your child’s education.

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16 Math Games You Can Play with Cards or Dice

You loved these simple games that reinforce basic math skills using items you already have on hand!

5 Tips for Learning from Home When Coronavirus Closes Schools

Whether you are a lifelong home educator or someone who swore they’d never teach their children at home, 2020 was massively disruptive. For those turning to homeschooling for the first time, we offered these strategies for supporting learning from home.

Thinking About Homeschooling? Here’s Our Best Advice

This was one of my favorite posts of 2020! We invited seasoned homeschoolers like Leslie Martino, Jennifer Pepito, and Heather Woodie to share their best advice for transitioning from traditional school to homeschool and silencing the doubts and fears we all face.

Homeschooling Philosophies and Methods

This homeschool mama of 3 shares what she learned as she made the exciting decision to homeschool and how learning about homeschool philosophies helped her narrow down her curriculum choices and make a confident decision about which resources to use.

35 Ideas to Keep Your Toddler or Preschooler Busy While You Homeschool

2020 was a year where we definitely needed all the help we could get keeping those little ones happy and occupied at home. This list has an abundance of creative ideas!

4 Reasons Why I Keep My Child with Special Needs at Home

Sometimes it feels scary to pull a child with special needs out of traditional school because it means losing services that the school may provide free of charge, but this mom has found that the benefits far outweighed the losses. If you need some encouragement around homeschooling a child with special needs, this is the post for you.

4 Things You Can Do Right Now to Have a Smoother Homeschool Day

This guest post from the lovely Emily Copeland reminds us that sometimes we are the ones making our homeschool days a struggle which means we have the power to help our days run more smoothly by changing the only thing we truly have control over (ourselves!).

10 Best Books to Encourage Your Heart as a Homeschool Mom

This was our #1 article from 2019, and it made it to the top 10 for 2020 as well. If you’re looking for a read that will help your sharpen your vision as a homeschooler and inspire you with the confidence to keep going, any of these titles would be an excellent choice.

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Aimee

Aimee grew up among the cornfields of rural Michigan, where she was captivated by Jesus as a teenager and married her high school sweetheart. Together they moved to New England where they homeschool their two children together. Aimee has a Master's degree in Biblical Languages from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She enjoys exploring new places, reading great stories, and enjoying the outdoors with her family.