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We FINALLY Finished Exploring Countries and Cultures

Our journey with My Father’s World has been a joyous one with few mishaps and disappointments. We have thoroughly enjoyed all the lessons and commitment to Bible based history, geography, and language arts. After two years, we have FINALLY finished our journey through Exploring Countries and Cultures. I put this blog post together as a one stop shop for all things ECC. Check the lists below for details on how we have used this program in our homeschool.

ECC Final Review

ECC Experience Videos

ECC Haul Videos

ECC Blog Posts

I hope you enjoyed the final review and look back at our journey. We have already started our new school year and details on our curriculum are coming soon. Until then, be sure to follow our homeschool journey via @TeamKEMPacademy on Instagram. You can also catch video updates on our YouTube Channel.

Make this week grand,

Ta’Neisha K.


Letter from POTUS and Sept./Oct. Homeschool Wrap-Up

This year has been wonderful, so far, at Team KEMP Academy!  I’ve had so much joy with the recent attitude adjustment and my patience with my children has definitely been consistent.  I was definitely loving our set schedule but we have fallen off track so I plan to shift the family clock again in the morning.  Our schedule for this year returned to the original 9:00 am start, lunch at noon, and done by 3:00 pm which includes our read aloud time and all solo work.  This schedule has also pushed me to wake up, exercise, and have Bible study time done by 8:30 am.

In the month of September we started school and our journey around the world with My Father’s World (MFW) Exploring Countries and Cultures (ECC) in the United States of America.  We were introduced to different types of maps, a daily Spanish curriculum, and even had Miss Frizzle come teach our Science class once a week.  It was a wonderful start to the academic year and you can hear all about it in this September Wrap-Up video.


October proved to be a super busy month for us as we visited the local State Fair, started our reading rewards programs, and added project day to our weekly agenda.  I admit that the addition of project day had me very nervous, as you heard in the video, but it has proven to be quite enjoyable for our oldest.  I’ve even managed to create little things for the two-year-old to do.  In addition we had the great opportunity to watch my husband become an ordained minister and surprised him with a luncheon.  You can hear more about our letter from the President of the United States and gifts from Mexico in this recent video.


Again, I am so grateful to my husband for allowing me the chance to educate our arrows at home.  No day is 100% perfect but every memory created with our cool kids is so precious.  Being there for the entire process from introduction to content mastery is a gift that I dare not take for granted. I love our homeschool!


Make today pleasant,

~Ta’Neisha K.


Comment Question:

  1. What goals have you set for your homeschooling year? 
  2. If you could do it all over again, would you still consider homeschooling at all, never begin the journey, or start much sooner than you did?

Third Grade and Our Trip Around The World



This here I am so excited because we will be taking a homeschool trip around the world. Last year we enjoyed Adventures in US History, so this school year we are continuing our travels via My Father’s World (MFW) Exploring Countries and Cultures (ECC).  Of course, as the year progresses I will share my review and tips on this MFW curriculum.  Here’s to a happy homeschool year to those enjoying the journey like we are. 

To see a detailed list of our curriculum choices for the 2016-2017 school year check out the videos below.









To see what we are currently doing in homeschool, check out recent videos on my YouTube channel.

Make this week educational,

~Ta’Neisha K.

We CONQUERED Kindergarten!

I’d like to start blog off by giving my family a super High-5 and Double Fist Pump for having an awesome homeschool year! Oh yeah! We did it!! We kicked Kinder’s butt!

For our curriculum this year we used My Father’s World and we supplemented with various workbooks, unit studies I created, and library items. We attended eight field trips, joined a great Christian homeschool group, and even hosted a Super Science class at our local recreation center. YES, you read correctly, we did all of that while welcoming a new, SURPRISE BABY into our family and adjusting our lives accordingly. We did that! We kicked Kinder’s butt!!


I’m truly enjoying our homeschool journey and watching my children grow academically and family grow closer through the process. God is so good! I’m grateful for my King, my husband that has allowed the opportunity to train our arrows. I’m also extremely appreciative for those that support our journey and encourage us. We give God all the praise for an awesome year and look forward to a fantastic first grade school year.

Homeschool was our choice and it is working well for us but no matter how your family decides to educate your children be sure to stay involved. Encourage your children daily, be present at the school often, and communicate with all staff involved in your child’s school day. I’m talking ALL STAFF! Say hello to the lunch lady and bus monitor, wave at the teacher’s aid, and hug the teacher. Make your presence known so every person knows your child’s education is important to you. Keep your arrows sharp.

If you’re interested in items I used during our Kindergarten year, details on My Father’s World, and a homeschool room tour, check out the videos below. Additional videos can be found via my youtube channel.

Make this week educational,
~Ta’Neisha K.~

Teach Your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons

My Father’s World Kindergarten Haul

My Father’s World Kindergarten Organization

My Father’s World Kindergarten FINAL Review

Kindergarten Room Tour

Educational Video Games

Dinosaur Unit Study

Fall, Leaf Unit Study

Teaching Time and Money