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Welcome to The Canadian Homeschooler. My name is Lisa Marie Fletcher. Like you, I am a homeschooling parent. I have 5 kids, a messy house, and big dreams (without an abundance of free time!) I spend my days teaching kids, playing with little ones, and chipping away at my computer.

When I first started homeschooling my oldest through Kindergarten, I used an American boxed curriculum that came highly recommended to me. It was a good program, but I really wanted to include Canadian resources. That set me on this journey to discover and share what I found with other homeschoolers here in Canada. I hope this site helps you. 

The Mission

To help Canadian homeschooling families connect with each other and also with companies and resources that will help them on their learning journey from start to finish. I want them to find curriculum, materials, and resources that are relevant to them, their experiences, and their history. 

Recent Posts

Happy Beach – Perry Springman & Family {Review}

Happy Beach by Perry Springman and family is a lighthearted, bubbly music album for kids.  The Springmans are a homeschooling family from British Columbia who decided to take their dad’s experience as a musician combined with the enthusiasm of their 4 kids, and made-up bedtime stories to put together a fun album that can be enjoyed by […]


High School Homeschooling Planner {Printable}

As our family heads into a new adventure of preparing for high school homeschooling, I’ve been feeling pretty confused and overwhelmed. I know it’s the usual “something new and unknown” that’s nagging me, but it still feels so big and scary. Knowing that I don’t really have any idea what we’re going to do, I thought […]


Canadian Provinces Cards {Printable}

If you are studying the geography of Canada, these cards can help your child discover the different provinces & territories along with basic information about each. Each card includes: the provincial flag last documented population area of province when they joined Canada the capital city This printable is available in my subscriber’s only printables library.


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