Large family homeschool resources and Reviews to simplify homeschooling for large families and families with special needs children.

Simplify your homeschool these resources and reviews for large suitable even for large families and special needs.

In 2006, when our oldest son was eligible to start kindergarten, we decided to homeschool for his first year.  Immediately, his sister who was 15 months younger jumped in and began participating in the daily “school time” and, they were both reading by the end of the year.  We purchased new curriculum for their next year and we have never looked back.  It has been a difficult journey at times, but the benefits have far outweighed the difficulties.

This page lists some of the curricula we have had the opportunity to try and review, some of our best homeschooling tips and advice, and a listing of our weekly wrap up posts that allow a peek into our homeschool.


How to Choose Homeschool Curriculum for a Large Family

How to Get the Most Out of a Homeschool Convention

Free Printable Homeschool Convention Planner

Best Free Homeschool Curriculum

Best Family Style Homeschool Curriculum

Why do Large Families Homeschool

Can you Homeschool a Visually Impaired Child?

Do Parents Get Paid to Homeschool?

How to Pay for Homeschooling

Bible Verses for Homeschool Moms

Large Family Homeschool Hacks

Homeschool Schedule Tips

Homeschool Schedule for Multiple Grades

Free Printable Weekly Assignment Sheet

Morning and Evening Routines to Simplify Back to School

Reading Resources

All About Learning Reading

5 Ways to Encourage Reading

Great Books to Read to Babies

Curriculum Reviews

My Character Matters 

Pix Goes to London

Reading Unlocked Review

Accelerated Individualized Mastery (AIM) Addition and Subtraction Review

Math Galaxy Review

Weekly Wrap Ups of Our Homeschool Weeks

Weekly Wrap Up – VBS