Easy, no-stress ways to supplement homeschool history curriculum using literature and the library, no matter what curriculum you use.
Anchoring the development of general science ideas in investigations of phenomena helps students build more usable and generative knowledge.
Hands-on history activities can make your history lesson memorable and engaging. Try a few of these activities and see for yourself!
Ever made it through a holiday break & then feel less motivated to pick homeschooling back up? Here’s what to do when the homeschool blahs have you down.
Here’s a list of practical ways to keep toddlers busy while homeschooling older kids, from a mom with five kids ages 10 to 1 at home.
Buying gifts for a mom can be tough. It's often hard to know what she'd like or need. Buying for homeschool moms can be even tougher! She's likely home with the kids for the better part of most days. And, that can get tiresome. She might need a little break from...
Writing should be about engaging with rich thoughts and ideas. Here’s how to inspire your homeschoolers to engage with writing.
Even younger children can develop touch typing skills. Use these free typing games as a fun and easy way to teach your kids how to type.
Homeschooling isn’t easy and some days you just want to hide in the bathroom. Here are 10 things to do when you think you are tempted to quit homeschooling.
One of the best decisions I’ve made in our homeschool journey is to host a homeschool variety club. I’m sharing how easy it is to do this.
We’ve all been there, after a long day of battling through everything our child can’t do and doesn’t know, in tears knowing we have to do this all again tomorrow. This isn’t what we imagined homeschooling or learning to be. But here we are, trapped in this cycle of...
Isn't this a wonderful time of the year? The hustle and bustle of the holiday season brings a warm feeling to the heart. And of course, excitement to lives of our families. We know you are busy! Everyone is this time of year. That's why we want to help you out by...
Few people are true ambiverts. When you aim to balance the strengths and weaknesses of your personality, you become your most powerful homeschool tool.
Tired of the homeschooling naysayers? Here’s the cold, hard truth that I’ve learned in the last twelve years while underneath the educational microscope.
It's time again for our annual 100 Things. It's a treasure trove of information, tips, tricks, hacks, and how tos for busy, dedicated homeschooling moms. But we don't just stick with 100 things for homeschooling. We dive into all aspects of the homeschool life. In...
Earning college credits in high school is a great way to save money and graduate sooner. Here are 7 ways to earn college credits in high school.
History and science complement each other very well and there is endless source of science experiments and projects that can be used along with your history lessons.
Every child is different. Finding books will resonate can be a bit daunting. Discover six ways the you can find books for every interest in the family.
History should not be taught as an academic subject. Why? Because it’s just not as definable as other school subjects.
Art projects should foster a growth mindset, which in turn will help our kids navigate through their life in a spirit of constant learning.
Study groups are a fantastic way to engage teens in a new way of learning. Don’t miss out on the benefits that they offer!