At Your Large Family Homeschool, we believe there are as many "right" ways to homeschool as there are sizes and shapes of large families. If you're feeling stuck, it probably isn't because you're doing it "wrong". You likely just need some fresh ideas, some supportive encouragement, and usually a little bit of both!

We're here to support you in finding the best fit for you and your kids and to build your confidence in making those unique decisions for your own family!

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Recent Homeschool Articles

Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 We homeschool for lots of reasons, but one of them is because it’s important to us to be able to adapt and modify instruction for the needs and developmental ability of each child. No need to sit in a classroom bored with material you’ve already learned, or overwhelmed because

Adaptive Online Learning: A Homeschool+ Review

Whether you plan to do school as usual, take a day off of homeschooling, or add in some special holiday-schooling, I’ve got lots of activities and ideas to share with you!Homeschool Reading Valentine’s Day GiveawayFirst up is a little Valentine’s fun for us moms! A bunch of your favorite homeschool bloggers have teamed up to

Valentine’s Day Activities for Your Homeschool

Choosing a reading curriculum for your homeschool is no easy task! Options abound and it can be difficult to know what criteria are important to consider. With six kids reading and two left to teach, I’ve tried my fair share of reading instruction resources over the years.

PRIDE Reading Program: Easy Orton-Gillingham Instruction

My son Henry tried out a free online coding class from Eureka Champs and it was a huge hit! He learned to program with Tynker and Minecraft.

Eureka Champs Online Coding Class for Kids: A Review

Recent Large Family Living Articles

When I was a teen, I did lots of babysitting for my siblings and other families. My youngest brother was born when I was sixteen, and I even got to

Valuable Life Skills vs Suffocating Responsibility: How to Tell the Difference

I've written previously about why we aren't "Trusting God" with the size of our family. I've also written about how to decide if you should have another baby. But today,

Should We Keeping Having More Kids and Just Trust God to Provide?

"You decide. It's up to you. Whatever you say is what we'll do. I just can't handle the stress of making this decision myself! If you say we should have

Should We Have Another Baby?!? Thoughts to Help You Process the Dilemma

Has anyone ever told you "We are trusting God with the size of our family"? Did you agree? Did you feel a little shamed or confused?I love being a mother

Why We Aren’t “Trusting God” with Our Family Size