Here are my top 10 tips for new homeschool moms so that you can rest easy knowing that you have this under control and things will work out just fine.
Are you looking for fun national days to celebrate in your homeschool? You have come to the right place! Check out this awesome list.
With this user-friendly and thorough online math curriculum, kids aren’t limited to age-based levels, giving them a chance to work at their own pace.
Bible curriculum and resources that I use in our homeschool and love, pieced together to create a year’s worth of curriculum.
Knowing that the Charlotte Mason, Montessori, & Waldorf methods all honor the individual child, I wanted to compare these 3 hands-on homeschooling methods.
Learn how one mom gave her 5 children a classical education through each stage of the Trivium. Complete with curriculum and extracurricular suggestions.
This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printables for kids, including a foldable cube! Perfect for back to school time.
Geographical awareness and an understanding of where we are at in time are important foundations that really set the stage for future learning.
Ways families can use the study of music in their homeschool, namely classical vocal pieces, folk songs, and hymns, to grow five language arts skills.
If you’re struggling to include music in your homeschool, learn from Gena Mayo, homeschool mom of 8 and music teacher about some options you have.
Creating a homeschool community for your family takes effort. But it is possible to create something that will serve your family and your whole community!
The homeschool purists may not like this article about doing “school at home,” but if you’ve been shamed about this topic, then read to be encouraged!
Homeschooling in a large family has its challenges. Here are five of the challenges we’ve faced and the approaches we have found that work for us.
Has your child’s motivation to learn vanished completely? You need these effective strategies to motivate learning in your homeschool.
Sometimes the scariest thing about homeschooling through high school is giving credit to classes. Using 4-H as a high school elective credit can solve that!
One of our favorite ways of learning is through roadschooling. I believe that any one who homeschools can roadschool their kids!
A summer reading program is a great way to cultivate a love of books at any age. Fill your free time with free reading and dive into great books together.
If you are looking for fun ways to keep your kids busy and learning over the summer you’ll love these easy to do activity ideas.
If you want to add more flexibility to your homeschool, you’d love learning year round. Here are tips for homeschooling through the summer.
Growth mindset in your homeschool results in higher productivity, more joy, less stress, and increased resilience. Five key phrases will get you started!
A homeschooler’s guide to take any subject and turn it into a unit study using a simple and clear process.