Hi, I’m Meredith!
I teach homeschooling parents like you how to make homeschooling fun and focused on Jesus by using living books, hands-on learning, and unit study fun to set your children up for godly success.
We (Meredith Curtis and Laura Nolette) strive to provide resources for your home school that are Christ-centered and fun. Our curriculum is easy to use, engaging, and effective! We go beyond boring facts to dive deep into the stories behind the facts and offer hands-on learning activities with real-life application. We know that one size does NOT fit all, so we keep our materials flexible. After all, you are the teacher!
We love reading, especially classic literature and living books. You will encounter books and reading lists throughout our materials because we firmly believe that students who love reading will thrive and succeed throughout their whole lives.
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Merey’s Book Review: Prisoner of War
Prisoner of War by Kinsey M. Rockett from Whatsoever Stories took me back in time to World War II to meet pilots, gunner, and soldiers who risk their lives behind enemy lines. Thrilling, wholesome, and adventurous are the words that come to mind about this work of Christian fiction, but they are inadequate to describe the bravery of the men I came to love and respect in the pages of this book. Nathaniel, his brother William, Zach, and Robbie were just a few of the heroes that kept me on the edge of my seat. I found myself tensing up my whole body many times as the brave men went on daring missions–and, of course, things just had to go wrong.