How can you set yourself up for success before you begin college? Earning alternative college credits while in high school is an excellent start!
You might ask yourself why, if worry is my greatest skill, I might choose to homeschool with anxiety. Don’t I worry that I’m messing it all up? Yeah. Daily.
Whether we like it or not, in homeschool and life, twins are barraged with comparisons, which can be harmful to the twins’ identities and development.
Spring is such a great time to dive into some fun spring-inspired crafts to mark the new season! Here are 20 super cute and fun springtime crafts for kids!
Enliven your daily STEM education with these free printables that are perfect for a morning or breakfast homeschool board.
The season for road trips is almost here! Traveling together can be a great family bonding time if all goes well. Road trips give opportunity for setting your own agenda. Traveling by car is often less expensive, leaving finances for other activities. Our...
Are you ready for Mathematics and Statistics Awareness month in April? Get some ideas and resource suggestions for Math Month!
Nature study can be the most affordable part of our curriculum, but it can also be hard to teach. Here are 10 easy nature ideas for your homeschool.
We all experience decision fatigue, but rarely notice it as the cause of our exhaustion. The daily grind of decision after decision wears us down.
Escape rooms are an engaging way for kids to learn critical thinking skills. Learn how to take advantage of these popular escape games with your students.
Planning purposeful breaks throughout the year is a great way to prevent your homeschool routine from becoming exhausting and a bit too boring.
5 picture book inspired STEM activities for teaching reading to your kids. What a picture book STEM activities looks like; choosing picture books for STEM.
Declutter your home and homeschool with organization to optimize your achievement in learning and feeling at peace. Anyone who knows me well knows that I am a huge fan of tidiness. In fact, I'll be completely honest with you and tell you that clutter makes me cranky....
Abstract Expressionism is a great art movement to learn with your kids because its about the process not the outcome. Abstract art removes barriers.
Reverse homeschool planning is when you write down what you accomplish rather than filling your planner ahead of time with what you will cover.
As you set new year’s goals, reflect and think of ways you could make your homeschool better by considering ways you got off-track last year.
For many children, a multi-sensory approach is necessary to help cement the alphabet into their minds. Here are some fun ideas to help you.
Do you have a child who is struggling with math? Try these simple midline exercises that activate both sides of the brain.
With preschool math, you are introducing the very basics. You don’t need a curriculum to do it! Here’s how to get started using play & everyday activities.
Mix up your homeschool lesson plan by using an Unconventional Holidays calendar this year! Kids will love the fun environment these holidays create!
Make this the year that you take your homeschooling on the road with these 10 must-visit homeschool field trips! They’re educational and fun!