Author Archive: Rosina Huber
Rosina and her husband Len have been homeschooling their three children ages 9, 5 and 2 for the past five years. Their goal is to instill a life-long love of learning in each of them through living books, exploration and imagination. Rosina is an enthusiastic home educator that enjoys sharing her love of homeschooling on her blog, creative ways to foster learning, projects, ideas and more.
Editor’s Note: I am sad to announce that this is Rosina’s last homeschooling column with Our Big Earth. Life is a busy, happy, complete place for her and balance is the key to anything good and true in life. So, she is off to pursue more homeschool, family-focused goodness and we’ll all be looking forward [...]
Homeschooling parents are the primary educators of their children and with this comes the responsibility and challenge of making learning fun while covering all academic subjects. It can be overwhelming at times to say the least! That’s where co-ops come in. They are groups of like-minded moms coming together with one common goal of creating [...]
Homeschooling Valley mama Rosina Huber is here today to talk shop about how to go about getting your kiddo hooked up as a homeschooler this year. If you’re considering or continuing homeschooling your tiny people, Rosina is the mom in the know. Her article was originally published on the BC Homeschool Network. Here she is: [...]
Editor’s Note: As our Summer of Guest Foodies continues, I am beyond excited to bring you local mama Rosina Huber whose Nature Mama blog is packed full of nature learning, great crafting, homeschooling goodness and homestead cooking that looks and sounds so savory it’ll make you think comfort food for days afterward. Rosina and her [...]