It’s Never Too Early to Grow

I just love this time of year. No. Not the lights. No. Not gifts or holiday music. (We don’t celebrate holidays anyway.) It’s a special time for folks who garden. It seems so unusual that the coldest, darkest, and (for some) snowiest time of year would be a good time for gardening. But it is! It’s a time that gets, even I as a novice gardener, so excited. It’s the time that most gardeners begin to receive their coveted seed catalogs and begin to plan next year’s bounty. 


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UCHU's December 2019 Newsletter is in YOUR inbox!

UCHU Members!!!

The last newsletter of the DECADE has now arrived into your email inbox that you have on record.

2020 is almost here!!

Good information is inside.

If you have questions…..let me know.

If you didn’t receive it….let me know as well.


As always….

Serving You and Yours,

Angela, UCHU owner/director/administrator

Grace isn’t only for Others

There are many wonderful things about this time of year.

The crisp cool mornings

The beautiful lights and colors

The fun and cheerful songs we sing

The friends and family coming to visit


This time of the year is one of the most joyful and exciting times and you cannot help but see the excitement everywhere. From the lights Continue reading “Grace isn’t only for Others”

Life of a Mom of Many

So I’ve mentioned this before, but maybe you’ve forgotten that I am a mom of many. Many talents? Yes. Many degrees? Only one. Many children? Oh yea! We have been blessed and given charge of 8 wonderful little people. Our oldest is six and the youngest is 11 months. In the six years between our first and last, we have managed to fit in 2-five year olds, 2-four year olds, and 2-two year olds. You read that right…


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Working in Time for the Activities

My kids are very hands-on kids. My boys especially but they all love activities and learn better when they can do activities associated with the lessons.

These activities could be:                      making pictures

building out of popsicle sticks

adding to an interactive notebook

or making a diorama


There are many options for learning activities but they all have something in common

They all take time and they all cost something

While these are not necessarily reasons to not do the Continue reading “Working in Time for the Activities”

The 12 Days of Homeschooling

🎵The Twelve Days of Homeschooling🎵 (you can replace family with neighbor if needed)

On the first day of homeschool my family said to me,
“Can you homeschool legally?”

On the second day of homeschool my family said to me,
“Are they socialized?
Can you homeschool legally?”

On the third day of homeschool my family said to me,
“Do you give them tests?
Are they socialized?
Can you homeschool legally?”

On the fourth day of homeschool my family said to me,
“What about P.E.?
Do you give them tests?
Are they socialized?
Can you homeschool legally?”

On the fifth day of homeschool

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Thank you United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited!

On today as we set aside time for friends, family and for conscious THANKFULNESS…..

I would like to extend my THANKFULNESS to each of you.

Thank you for being a part of the United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited family!

My service to you and providing legal status so that you can home educate your own children is my greatest pleasure.

Much success to all of your continued homeschooling efforts.

Serving You and Yours,

Angela, UCHU owner/director/administrator

Schooling together and Separately for Sanity

We do group time in my home but we do it how and when it is best for us.

I love how homeschooling allows this flexibility


I personally love the idea of a morning basket. Of starting the day off altogether, singing, cuddling, and spending time Continue reading “Schooling together and Separately for Sanity”