Foreign language credit for homeschoolers doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think. Here’s how homeschoolers can earn their foreign language credits.
The darker side of homeschooling is not often talked about. Read about some of it here and find out how you can brighten up your journey.
This art project was a great fit for our homeschool group. Here are the simple steps you can follow to create an Illuminated Manuscript with your crew!
Learn tips to create quick, easy and inexpensive sensory activities, such as sensory bins and playdough trays, for preschoolers to develop important skills.
Adding STEM education into your homeschool doesn’t have to be difficult. Incorporate these simple ideas to spark learning in homeschool STEM lessons.
Are you considering joining a homeschool co-op? Consider some of these pros and cons to help you make the right decision for your family.
Ever wanted to travel the country with your kids, using your experiences as a form of education? If so, roadschooling might be the homeschool path for you.
Are you thinking of special needs homeschooling your kids? This post will give you an idea of what it entails and give you the confidence to go for it!
Have you ever worried about teaching success to multiple learning styles? Success is not an accident. We must teach our children how to be successful.
Reading aloud to your children can and will change the way they interact with others, improve their attention span, and so much more! Find out how.
Scholarship money is determined by a lot of things-including SAT and ACT scores. Are your high schoolers ready to score big to get scholarships?
You don’t have to be an artist yourself to teach art to your kids in your homeschool. Take this alternative approach instead!
Add stress-free preschool crafts to your homeschool with these five tips. Here is how you can create with your preschoolers without stressing over the mess.
Your science lessons can be transformed into STEM activities without much thought, and there is a good chance you are already doing them in your homeschool.
Hands-on, preschool science experiments are an amazing way to introduce science, and these easy experiments engage curious kids over and over!
CTCMath offers 3 things struggling learners need to learn math: multi-sensory learning, short lessons, and moving at the child’s pace. (Plus save 50%!)
Using picture books to teach math skills is an engaging way to make real-life math connections.
Affirmation is the sweet ingredient in life that makes things easier to deal with, more vibrant, and more positive. How do you teach your children about it?
Preschool math can be relaxed, playful and robust when we focus less on counting, and more on the math that surrounds our preschoolers every day.
Break free from the graded workbooks! Bring delight to your homeschool with a textbook-free history curriculum a wide age range can enjoy.
Here are three ideas for how to homeschool when you want to quit. These practices saved my sanity, my children’s love of learning and our homeschool life.