Crafting a Homeschool Graduation Ceremony

Crafting a Homeschool Graduation Ceremony

It’s the beginning of a new year, but if you have a teen who’s a Senior (or even a Junior) in high school, that new-year-feel will be gone before you know it. Because in the blink of an eye you’ll be in the middle of graduation season! And beyond a...
Teaching Homeschool Science Without A Curriculum

Teaching Homeschool Science Without A Curriculum

Note: This post includes Affiliate Links* to products I’ve personally used and love. You don’t need a curriculum to teach science. Yes, you read that right: you really don’t need a curriculum to teach science! And while I’m not a science...
Summer Reading for Homeschool Teens

Summer Reading for Homeschool Teens

Summer is just around the corner, and if you’re like many moms, you may be wondering how to get the kids off of technology and into a book once in awhile, right? This is my how-to guide for summer reading for teens. Reading is an important skill for success – no...
Is a “Word of the Year” Useful for Homeschoolers?

Is a “Word of the Year” Useful for Homeschoolers?

Veteran homeschoolers talk about the importance of planning to a successful school year. Even more casual “unschoolers” realize that some sort of schedule or at least loose plan helps to create a feeling of completion at the end of the day. It’s not necessary to get...
Top 10 Free (or Mostly) Homeschool Productivity Apps

Top 10 Free (or Mostly) Homeschool Productivity Apps

There are tons of tech tools on the internet for homeschoolers. Apps that you can use to help your child learn, apps that help you handle your finances, apps that help you save money or keep track of homemaking must-do’s. Sometimes, however, apps are just one...