Contributors

IMG_7808Sarah Robinson is in her eleventh year of homeschooling her six children. Though she already has teens, she has toddlers and preschoolers, too. She blogs about life as a busy, sidetracked homeschool mom at Sidetracked Sarah and podcasts about homeschooling subjects at The Homeschool Live. She began this site, Homeschool Survival, as a place of encouragement for homeschool families. If you’re interested in contributing an article, please contact her! You can find Sarah on Facebook, Google +, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

 

 

Kelli Becton2Kelli Becton of Homeschooling Adventurez (division of AdventurezinChildRearing) is a Jesus loving, homeschooling mama of three boys (biological and adoption).  They are an outdoor family, living and learning on the Gulf coast of Southwest Florida. Kelli was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis over eleven years ago, and although there is pain, there is also great joy. She and her husband Mark have always loved the outdoors, and they spend as much time as possible adventuring with their boys. Exploring God’s creation is their favorite pastime. Jesus is their passion, and homeschooling their boys is a blessing. Kelli loves to write and speak to other homeschool families, sharing life’s lessons and what God has laid on her heart through their adventures. You can find Kelli on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

 

Anne Campbell Anne Campbell is the mother to three boys (in every sense of the word!) and a homeschooler for the past eleven years. She is theManaging Editor of Blog at Home Educating Family Association, columnist for Home Educating Family Magazine, and member of the Home Educating Family review team. As a former classroom teacher, she loves to share resources and ideas and encourage other moms and homeschoolers. When they started on their homeschooling  journey, her oldest son was in kindergarten. They decided to take it one day at a time, one year at a time, and now she has a high school student, middle school student, and elementary student, and all still at home. They fly by the seats of their pants most days, spending as much time as possible exploring nature, and seizing learning opportunities whenever they appear. You can visit her at her blog Learning Table. You can also find Anne on Bloglovin’Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Marcy CrabtreeMarcy Crabtree spent nearly fifteen years as an Ob nurse, sometimes juggling homeschooling with the job she calls her first ministry. Grateful that her main ministry today is at home, she has been married to Tom for sixteen years, and is Ben’s proud momma. Her homeschool style is delight-directed with lots of unit studies, lapbooks and notebooks. She is greatly influenced by Charlotte Mason’s love of  living books. If she ever writes a book herself, it’s likely to be entitled, Homeschooling by the Field Trip Method. Marcy’s blog is Ben and Me, and you can also find her on Facebook, Google +, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

IMG_0001Emmalee is a mother of three beautiful girls, ages 6, 5 & 2. She also works full time operating a childcare from her home. She and her family live in rural Southeast Kansas and enjoy the country life on their growing “Triple-A-Farm.” She enjoys the outdoors, being in the kitchen and diving into God’s word. Emmalee also has a passion for children and family kingdom ministries. She blogs at www.thehoggatthomeschool.com, where she shares a hodgepodge of recipes, craft ideas, homeschooling tips, resources and devotions. You can find Emmalee on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Apron Strings & other things HSS bio picLinda Sears is a stay-at-home wife, homeschooling mother and doting grandmother. She and her husband have 8 children, a daughter-in-law, 2 sons-in-law and 5 grandchildren, so far. They have been homeschooling for more than 20 years, graduating 4 of their 8 children, with 4 more to go. You’ll find her at Apron Strings & other things where she blogs about life as she knows it, with children in various stages of cutting those apron strings. You can also find Linda on Facebook, Google +, and Pinterest.