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!
When preparing for college, the earlier you start, the better! To ensure that you are in the best position possible, follow these 8 steps.
Will we have an early spring or six more weeks of winter? Yes we can celebrate Groundhog Day with art and a video art lesson from Nana.
Mental health conditions affect millions of children. When you consider the advantages of homeschooling, mental health only seems like a fitting addition.
Math skills are in high demand these days, even for jobs that are not STEM related. Read 5 ways to help your child excel at homeschool math, & love it too!
We're heading into the winter homeschool doldrums. The holidays are moving behind us, the warmer weather field trips aren't in sight. It's starting to seem like the end of the school year is getting further away than closer. Which means, it's a great time for you to...
Homeschool planners are wonderful tools if they work for you. If you’re struggling to make the planner work for your homeschool, there is hope!
When you find the perfect book, use these tips to create your own literature-based unit study to extend learning for your homeschooled children.
Daily, weekly and monthly planning for relaxed homeschoolers shows you what’s coming and helps you better summarize what your family has learned.
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...