Welcome! I’m Susan Williams. My husband and I have two fun-loving boys and reside in sunny Florida. We became a homeschooling family early on because our guys never quite fit into the traditional learning schedules or molds. Our favorite subjects to study together are history, literature and geography and our favorite places to learn are Walt Disney World and the Gulf Coast Beaches. My days usually include coffee, chocolate, running, and an attempt at trying to learn something new.
Hi! I’m Megan Zechman. I am blessed to be married to my best friend and am the mother of two beautiful girls. We are a homeschooling family, living in Central Florida, who love to learn through games, travel and hands-on activities. We spend a lot of time at Walt Disney World, bringing our learning to life or just having fun as a family. I am a voracious reader, Pinterest die-hard, world explorer, frugal living tea drinker who loves to learn.
How We Got Here:
We met a number of years ago and first connected thanks to our love of all things Disney. Our families quickly became friends and over time we discovered that we had very similar educational styles and beliefs. Soon we were learning together through co-ops and generally doing life together.
Over the years we have both been dedicated to serving our local homeschooling community in various capacities. We saw first hand how much need there was for support and community among families who home school.
We are passionate about out-of-the box learning and try to teach our kids using as many of their senses as possible. Our kids definitely gain the most knowledge while learning interactively.
Moms were regularly asking us about the curriculum we were using, programs we had designed and how they could get out of the curriculum box. We realized there was a lot of support for families who were new to homeschooling; however, there wasn’t as much available for families who have been homeschooling for a couple of years, now with older kids, who were ready to do something different with their teaching. We found that more families wanted to do their own thing, but didn’t know where to start, especially when teaching middle schoolers at home.
We realized that if we built a site to share our experience and ideas, we could encourage families with older kids, from all over the world, to discover creative ways to learn together.
If you’re new here and don’t know where to begin, just start here!
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