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I'm guessing you may have found your way here because you're a homeschooling mama. Maybe you read a post or found a great printable or literature unit. Whatever led you here, I'm glad you've stopped by. As We Walk Along the Road is here to be a resource for you, a homeschooling mama.

Need encouragement? I'm here to offer real, authentic encouragement. If you love literature-based homeschooling, I'm here to bring you awesome homeschooling resources- from booklists to curriculum sites to free printables. 

This page is designed to help you make the most out of your time here, to give some focus to your browsing. If you can't find what you need here, please feel free to contact me. You'll find a contact form right at the bottom of the page. 

Are you wondering who I am and why I'm writing this blog in the first place? Find out more about me, Leah- or lcourtneymom- here. (I promise I'm friendly!)

Are you a new or prospective homeschooling mama?

If you're thinking about homeschooling you may enjoy this post- To the Prospective Homeschool Mama.

You can also learn more about developing a vision statement as you head into your homeschooling journey.

If you just have lots of questions about homeschooling, you can pick up my free ebook- The Less-Stress Homeschool. 

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Do you love great literature-based resources?

Make sure that you check out my Literature Notebooking Unit Studies. Currently you can get a study based on Charlotte's Web. It's full of discussion questions, narration pages, activities, and notebooking pages. You can check it out here.

Do you like free resources? Of course you do! Get my free book- Your Literature-Based Homeschool here. It's filled with 20 unit studies based on great kids' books and also contains articles and resources for literature-based homeschooling.

If you're looking for great books to add to your curriculum make sure to check out Leah's List of Living Books (cute name, right?). It's an ever-growing catalog of kids' books that you can sort by grade level, history time period, subject area connections and more.

Having trouble with lesson planning or choosing your homeschooling method?

If hearing the other homeschooling moms talk about the best method to use in your homeschool has you overwhelmed and feeling crazy, read this post about the only homeschool method you should ever use. It has links that will give you an overview of some of the most common homeschooling methods and will help you decide what will work for you.

If you're looking for a homeschool lesson planner, check out this post in which I look at the many (many, many) homeschool lesson planners I've tried and give some pros and cons for each.

And if you're still looking for that perfect planner, check out my book- Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work.

And more...

Besides literature unit studies, I often publish theme-based unit study posts as well. You can find a directory of those here. I add to it regularly.

As We Walk Along the Road has a shop! If you're looking for homeschool printables and ebooks, you can visit the shop here. I'm always adding to the goodies there.

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  1. Does your curriculum include any Career Exploration lesson resources?


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