Homeschooling with the baby, toddler, and preschool crowd is definitely a challenge! Learn tips for homeschooling with littles to care for.
Being an introvert makes homeschooling a large family an even bigger task, but being an introvert isn’t a disqualification from being a homeschooling mom.
Homeschooling changes your family dynamic. For a healthy family life, positive family relationships must be a priority for every homeschool parent.
Facing another day where your math lesson ended in frustration and tears? Here are 4 practical tips for homeschooling your child with a math disability.
Before learning to read, your child should be developmentally read. This post contains five easy ways to encourage early literacy.
Tips for homeschooling multiple ages and general tips that will help homeschooling flow more smoothly no matter what method you prefer.
Six homeschool bloggers have joined together for a back-to-homeschool basket giveaway! Take a peek around these sites and enter to win as many baskets as you like. Each blogger is conducting her own giveaway, so you never know…you may end up winning more than one!...
Flat screen usage is causing children’s brains to wire up differently, Learn some of the many things that can cause a child to have a lack of attention skills.
Planning homeschool group events doesn’t have to be a daunting task! Follow these 5 easy steps to make your next event fun and successful.
Open-ended creativity is filled with mistakes and mishaps and gives permission to get it wrong before you nail it, before you even know what it is.
Homeschooling high school isn’t as complicated as you might think. Finding excellent resources can bring peace to the process.
If you are planning a family vacation this year check out the shore & islands of Lake Erie. A ton of fun to be had and also great educational opportunities!
You don’t have to become a full-fledged unschooler to adopt a few unschooling philosophies. These are three that any homeschooling style can embrace.
No matter what your homeschool style, it is possible to bring a little of the Waldorf homeschool magic into your children’s lives with these simple ideas.
When your homeschool curriculum isn’t working it doesn’t have to mean that your homeschool is a failure. Try these 5 possible solutions.
College scholarships are there for the taking, we’re told, but what if the application requirement is an essay? How, in a vast sea of essays the jurors must read, can you get yours to stand out?
Parenting with anxiety is no simple feat. But when you’re homeschooling with anxiety…you’ve added a whole new layer to the fear.
As moms, our responsibilities seem endless. You can’t do everything, but you can do the most important things when you know the secrets of being productive.
Including nature-based play in your homeschool day is a great way for kids to learn about the outdoors. Don’t miss these tips to getting outside more.
Go on virtual field trips with these amazing geography YouTube channels. Here are 5 favorite YouTube channels that helped our homeschool come to life.
What if Back-to-Homeschool Shopping was a thing? Like a commercially acknowledged event? Like with coupons, store mailers and everything!