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.
Host a simple poetry teatime with your family this week using the three basic ingredients of a poetry teatime: tea, treats, and poetry.
Teaching my homeschooled kids to have a growth mindset has made a huge improvement in their attitudes about learning.
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.