Hey Homeschool Mama!

Finally have the confidence to teach your child without sacrificing their love of learning

You want to nurture your child’s love of learning while making sure they don’t fall behind. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a checklist that tells you what to cover but gives you the flexibility to teach it your way?

3 Ways We Can Get Started Together

Download the Checklist

Don't you wish there was a checklist of the important skills you need to teach, but allows you the flexibility to teach it your way? Then you need the Homeschool Skills Checklist.

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Join me every week for a new article on what it really takes to educate your child and nurture their love of learning. You'll also find curriculum reviews and activity ideas.

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Create a customized homeschool plan that keeps your child progressing through the important subjects while still nurturing their love of learning and passions.

The Wonders of Curiosity Way

We help secular homeschoolers raise passionate world changers through child-led learning that focuses on academics, passions, mental health, and life skills. Unlike most education programs, we don’t focus on the content you are teaching your child. Instead, we focus on building lifelong learning habits that will benefit your child for their entire life.

Core Skills

Core skills include reading, math, and writing. We teach these to give children tools for learning what truly matters to them.

World Knowledge

World Knowledge includes science, social studies, art, and music. We teach these to inspire children to explore new topics and find their true calling.

Mental Health

Mental Health includes emotional intelligence and character development. We teach these to promote a confident mindset that empowers them to follow their intuition.

Life Skills

Life skills include financial literacy, executive functioning skills, logic, and cooking. We teach these to give children the tools they need to build a successful life.

The Wonders of Curiosity Difference

We’re not worried about passing a test or getting good grades. We’re not even worried about children being “on grade level.” It doesn’t matter WHEN your child learns something. What truly matters is IF they learn it, understand it, and can apply it to the things that truly matter to their unique life.


The underlying understanding that things like race, ethnicity and social status don’t determine success. All people are capable of accomplishing whatever their soul desires


Having the ability to understand, relate, and respond positively to others


Gives them the tools to discover what sets their soul on fire, research different perspectives, and understand how the world works


Gives them the confidence to test the norm, find alternative solutions, and build a deeper understanding

Who's Amanda?

Single Mom | Homeschooler | Child Development Expert

Single Mom


Child Development Expert

As a former elementary school teacher, Amanda has spent her whole life learning about education. Weirdly enough, it’s one of her most cherished hobbies. 

Amanda is passionate about education and developmentally appropriate practices. She is dedicated to helping parents understand the REAL developmentally appropriate standards that their children should be meeting in each grade level.

Amanda is a supporter of delayed academics, child-led learning, and open-ended learning experiences. She strives to help parents feel confident in their educational choices while also making it fun for both the child and parent.

Happy Homeschool Moms

I love to see my son catching onto certain areas so quickly while also being able to step back and work on other areas a little longer when needed. My child has grown a lot since starting the program. I love that our days are hands-on and child-led, but I don’t feel like we’re missing anything.
Homeschool Mama of Two
You guys were right about kids hitting a "learning spurt" when kids are ready. Last week my child learned his numbers 1-10 by sight in a matter of days...after my trying for months with no success. I am relieved and rather in awe of how kids eventually find their own path to learning if you just support them. And that "ahead" or "behind" are rather arbitrary benchmarks.
Homeschool Mama of Two
This connected with me so much. I'm a former teacher turned homeschool mama for many of the same reasons. It was refreshing to see that I'm not alone in my opinion of the system.
Homeschool Mama
One of the things I love about this style of homeschooling is that it’s relaxed and tailored to my unique child. This style just seems so patient and I love it. I believe it is an approach that should be taken more by many parents because every child is unique!
Homeschool Mama of One
I'm really looking forward to relaxing even more into this homeschooling adventure! We are in year 3 and each month I can breathe more deeply and trust more deeply as well. I can literally feel when I'm forcing learning and missing the connection so this community is a gift that allows me to exhale and trust! Thank you for your work!
Homeschool Mama
What I really liked about the toolkit is that you start from birth and work up on what to expect. I just started homeschooling this past year, so it's nice to see where they are at. I really found the pre reading skills helpful, to know what to work on with my child to prep him to read in the future.
Homeschool Mama of Two


What Important Skills Does Your Child Need to be Learning?


What Important Skills Does Your Child Need to be Learning?

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