Lighting pioneer paths for your homeschool adventures, one lamp at a time. Psalm 119:105 Thy Word is a Lamp unto my feet, and a Light unto my path.

What we're about

Pioneer Learning is a vision for the future using lessons from the past. A future generation of children who know where their food comes from.

A generation that can roll with the punches that nature throws at them - the electricity is out? No problem - we are warm, fed, and have light!

Children who grow up knowing how to function as an adult - they can provide for themselves and their families.

Pioneer Learning brings pioneer times into the present and shows families how to do things without all the bells and whistles of modern technology - while still including some modern technology.

Basic life skills and some not so basic skills will enable families to feel empowered to provide for themselves and others.

A bright future lies just down the path of Pioneer Learning!


Pioneer learning works in conjunction with your homeschool program or curriculum.
Please check with your state laws about the state requirements for your child.

Scripture is a large part of our lives at Pioneer Learning, and will be part of the lessons presented here.

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This is such a wonderful, unique program. Being able to school our children at home, while getting the fundamental aspects of homesteading is a great bonus. ~ Becky L.

This course takes us back to the basics of homegrown living.  I think this program embraces a wide variety of skill building material. It is a great introduction to the cornerstone functions of homesteading and sustainable living. ~Robyn M.

I love how we can pick and choose what order and activities we are able to fit in- Laura W


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Lynda Kelly

6th generation ranch/farm gal. Lynda homeschooled her kids as well as used public education and a combination of the two. Currently, Lynda works for a charter school that provides services to homeschooling families.

Tammy Richards

Tammy and her husband settled in Missouri after the military and ended up living in an Amish house for six months. They now  live in Helena, Montana. She's been homeschooling for 19 years. Tammy and her husband seven children.

Amber Bradshaw

Amber and her family live off-grid in the mountains of East Tennessee. She's a published author, instructor, and homeschooled her three children. Their off-grid life allows them to get back to nature and share their experience with others. 


Joanne Smith

Joanne and her family are “modern homesteaders” living on three different properties in Southwest Missouri. They have large gardens, goats, chickens, and more. She enjoyed homeschooling her children and now helps homeschool her grandchildren.