College admissions for homeschoolers – what can you expect with standardized testing, disability accommodations, and financial aid.
There is one piece of advice I would give to all homeschool moms…you may have a roller coaster homeschool year. Here is what you can do to plan for it.
Students have a unique perspective on homeschooling. That's why we are hosting a a hop that allows your kids to take over your blog, or just your camera for a day. Let them share what homeschooling is like from their perspective. You'll be so surprised by how things...
Kindergarten is meant to be a time of play. Here are some simple ideas for teaching kindergarten science concepts to your little ones without a curriculum.
Building number sense in our homeschooled children is incredibly important, but do you know why? Check out three of the many reasons why!
College admissions for homeschoolers – what’s on a college application, the different types of applications, and what colleges are looking for.
Back to Homeschool Week is our School Room Hop! We know that you spend a lot of time getting your homeschooling space organized as you begin the new year. Your homeschool room may not look like a traditional school room. And, we think that's great! Whether you school...
Fall is in the air! At least that's what the calendar says. We know you love this season with back to school, pumpkin spice, autumn breezes and of course, our annual Fall Facebook Party! Fabulous Fall Fun Facebook Party Facts Our Facebook party is a social media event...
Meal planning doesn’t have to be difficult. Use these tips to save money while making some pretty delicious meals at the same time.
When academic expectations interfere with the parent-child relationship, remember your relationship is more important than any lesson, curriculum, or class.
What you should be doing, and when, to navigate the college admission process. Tips to hopefully help alleviate any worry you may have.
Welcome back to Homeschool! We know that it's a time to celebrate. It's time to celebrate with our 10th Annual Back to Homeschool Blog Hop. Each year we offer homeschool bloggers a way to share how they are doing back to homeschool. This week is the Back to Homeschool...
Having a no-good-very-bad homeschool day? Here are 10 positive affirmations that what you are doing is wonderful, powerful and precious.
I’m not homeschooling to raise geniuses, but if they do end up as such, I hope they’ll credit it to their love of learning, and not the fact that they were simply homeschooled.
Add simple gratitude journaling to the beginning of your homeschool day for improved attitudes. Find suggestions for keeping it simple yet effective.
Memory making during your homeschool years does not have to be complicated. Here are 4 simple ways you can create a memorable homeschool for your family.
Many of us are taking time right now to plan for the next school year, and while curriculum planning and routines are important, so is homeschool success.
Homeschooling a gifted child can be quite daunting. Outsourcing is a great way to help you fill the need for extra learning with your gifted kids.
Is holding teens accountable possible without completely taking over?!? Why, yes it is. Check out these tips for tracking our independent teens!
Do you long for more balance in your homeschool life? Here are my 3 keys to homeschool balance and how to plan your days to achieve the balance you crave.
Nature study promotes curiosity and lays the foundation for more complex science lessons. Here are four tips for simple nature study for preschoolers.