Meet the Team!
What started as a way for one mom to share her love of homeschooling with the world has turned into an incredible team of homeschool moms who all work together with one goal in mind: bringing quality, beautiful & affordable educational materials into your homes!
Julia Novoa M.Ed
Julia is our lead project manager, administrative assistant, curriculum writer and editor here at FtLoH. Julia is a homeschool mom of 4 who loves using her teaching experience and credentials to help homeschool families, and has found that helping people with academics, actually helps with the homeschool journey as a whole.
Monique is a curriculum writer and photographer who brings her passion, creativity and wholistic approach to learning to our curriculums here at FtLoH, specifically our Expert & Senior workbooks for NSC as well as the monthly games. Monique is a homeschool mom and former middle years, public school teacher who is passionate about facilitating life long learning for all ages and interests.
Bonnie is a second generation homeschooler and the talented watercolor artist behind many of the beautiful images that you see in our monthly nature studies. She also leads the monthly watercolor art tutorial that is included in each month's study where she shares her knowledge of art and teaches you how to paint with watercolors.
Samantha is the founder of For the Love of Homeschooling who loves to work with our incredible team to create and dream up resources that will be a beautiful and educational addition to your home learning journey.
Donna is a curriculum writer and our social media manger here at FtLoH. She is a mother of 5 kiddos ages 4-17 and has a deep love of books, gardening, living simply, and spending time with her family. When she is not doing mountains of laundry or feeding her family...again! She loves being outside, hiking trails, spending time with her family and creating resources!
Brandy is a curriculum writer and administrative assistant here at FtLoH, and a homeschooling mom to three energetic boys! Brandy is in her fourth year of homeschooling and she has thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this journey and Brandy loves being able to share that love of homeschooling through the resources she creates.
Stacy is a curriculum writer here at FtLoH as well as a homeschooling mom to 3 beautiful children who creates early learning resources that allow children to learn in a fun way! Stacy loves spending her days homeschooling her children and creating fun resources to use in her home and yours
Ellen is our head photographer here at FtLoH who stumbled into homeschooling by chance some four years ago, but has since become deeply rooted in this lifestyle. When she's not busy reading outloud, you can find her outside, exploring in nature, or getting her hands dirty in her garden.
Stacy Dyer M.Ed
Stacy is a curriculum writer here at FtLoH who was a classroom teacher for 18 years. After receiving her masters of education degree in 2017, she focused on educating her own family through homeschool and began publishing fun and engaging educational materials for children.
Christina is a photographer & content creator here at FtLoH & a homeschooling mom of 5 from toddler to teen. As a public high school English teacher, turned homeschooling mom, she is passionate about being counter culture, including alternatives to traditional schooling.
Lara Saldaña is the talented watercolor artist that creates many of our map and geography themed art! She is a homeschool mom of 4 kids who loves all things nature and spend tons of time outdoors on nature walks with the kids exploring the big and small details of God’s creation.
Gaby is a photographer here at FtLoH, who also creates fun resources and home educates her child who she first started designing resources for!
We use a nature inspired, self directed playful learning process and my designs follow the seasons throughout the year.
Alyssa is one of our talented content creators and the creator behind many of the fun sensory activities that you find on our social media pages. Along with sharing incredible and imaginative sensory play invitations, nature studies, and craft activities, Alyssa is also an artist, mom to two young boys and a full time high school art teacher.
April is one of our incredible photographers/content creators and is also the owner of a nature-based Microschool, called Little Leaders Academy, in St. Louis where she is building a program for homeschool moms/educators on operating a Microschool that educates through a mind-body approach.
Jaz is our techy mom, From coding to cuddles she is one of the brilliant minds working behind the scenes to bring our webpage to life.
With her skills and dedication, she adds her unique touch to every aspect of our digital realm.
Jacqueline Marr MA
Jacqueline is a photographer here at FtLoH and a homeschooling mom of 2 strong, spirited girls. With 6 years of marketing experience, she loves helping families find wonder filled studies to explore. When she isn't behind the camera or creating resources, you'll find her family adventuring on the trail or reading by the lake.
Anna Parrish is a desert girl born and bred, and a second-generation homeschooler. When she’s not reading while snuggling with her puppies, she loves to travel and visit all the botanical gardens, libraries, and art museums. Anna is our FTLoH copy editor!
"What a lovely, lovely thing. Thank you for all that you do. You have definitely helped reignite a spark for the love of homeschooling. Thank you."
— Gail J
"I wanted to express how truly appreciative I am when resources are made available for free or at a reduced cost - it isn't easy at times to cover everyone with their interests."
"I wanted to say thank you for the email and and most importantly, thank you for offering these fantastic resources! Yours is my favorite e-newsletter! ."
"You always have written when you send free and for a nominal fee artwork/resources that "homeschooling is for everyone" and you have made this happen for my family. These kids honestly look at your work in awe because it is beautiful - they don't think of it as worksheets or activities."