Study Music This Holiday Season! 






Welcome! My name is Mary. I help parents educate their children at home one day at a time. This site offers LEGO printablesfree music lessonsunit studies,  and much more. Use the tabs above to discover what Homegrown Learners has to offer. You will be equipped and encouraged to travel a most amazing path in your home!










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SQUILT Christmas Carols & Birthday Sale


I'm pleased to offer SQUILT Christmas Carols

During this miraculous season of our Savior's birth, it is imperative to expose our children to Christmas Carols. We can listen to the carols, analyze them, learn about their origins, and sing them. What a beautiful activity to share with our children! 

It has been impressed upon my heart that our children need quiet times to listen to beautiful music (in this case, carols); they also need to be given the time and space to analyze and learn about that same music. Not only does it build the habit of attention, but it also builds musical knowledge and appreciation. 

Enter Super Quiet UnInterrupted Listening Time

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Developing The Habit of Attention in Your Homeschool


The word ATTENTION gets a lot of focus in the education world: either a child has it or they don't.

If they don't have a good attention span they are given a label. If a child DOES possess good attention, well then you, the parent, are lucky.

Yes, I believe there are true cases of an attention deficit, but I also firmly believe that attention is a habit that must be practiced, developed, and constantly refined. 

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Looking For The Positives: Focusing On Little Things That Bring You Joy


Looking For the Positives: Focusing on Little Things That Bring You Joy

Thank goodness I purchased a new container of lovely colored pencils last Sunday afternoon. Not only did they give me that feeling of "new and pretty" (you know what I mean), but they also have provided hours of drawing entertainment for my nine year old. 

It's funny how one little thing - like my colored pencils - can bring such comfort.  

These new pencils are one of my "positives".

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