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About Ana Willis

Ana is the unhurried homeschool mom of 3, wife, and homeschool blogger.

She loves to encourage, inspire and empower moms to go from stressed to blessed by providing them with the tips, strategies, and resources they need to succeed. Ana is the founder of They Call Me Blessed and the creator of:

She leads a vibrant free community for homeschool moms on Facebook and you can connect with her at

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  1. stacey says

    thank you so much for all your helpful tips. i am starting my kinder research now. my little will be 5 next year october.

    how many hours does the curriculum take for kindergarten?

    • Ana Willis says

      Stacey, it depends on you and your child. The read alouds can be done in the morning and also at bedtime. Short lessons works best with little ones and rotation between reading and hands on activities. Keep things like “play” until you see your child ready for more “school” like work. 😉 And lots of hugs and cuddles in between.

    • Ana Willis says

      Yes!! I agree, Tiffany. The best way to way to homeschool is weaving naturally learning into our family flow. We read a lot together as a family so read aloud a are part of our natural routine and so does readers. That’s why a literature-based curriculum works so well for us. 🙂

  2. Ashley Wright says

    Thanks for such a great article I would surely share this with my daughter as she has started homeschooling for their children and its fun to see how she schedules curriculum for kindergarten for her children


  1. […] Again, this can depend on the type of curriculum that you’re looking for. You can find a ton of online resources that are free and just have to supplement with a few items here and there. And if you’re wanting to have the entire year outlined for you, there are a lot of Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum to choose from. […]

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