Grab your free copy of the Thanksgiving and Christmas Fact Cards to share some happy holiday trivia with your kids. 48 cards in total!
Nature based homeschooling increases the relaxed nature of learning in children. It doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. Here is how to get started.
Before you know it, Christmas will be here! This year, have some fun with these easy and simple Christmas craft ideas perfect for kids to make.
Have fun homeschooling and teaching with these easy-to-implement hands-on learning ideas that your children are sure to love!
We love using math manipulatives with our younger math students, but we tend to shy away from using them with our older ones. Check out why they should be used!
Education gaps are inevitable. But realize your kids are lifetime learners. Homeschooling is not the end of their education.
What do you do when homeschool methods just do not seem to work? One family is sharing how they embraced a more eclectic approach to homeschooling.
Homeschool support is about more than curriculum advice. It’s about helping to nurture and support a homeschool mom’s soul.
Homeschool co-ops can be a wonderful experience or one that leaves you wanting more. Whether you are new to homeschooling or established homeschoolers, you might be wondering if co-ops are right for your family. As an introverted homeschooling mom, I’ll be honest with...
Think you know which approach to take? Think again. Eclectic homeschooling might be the right path for you instead. Here’s why!
When studying the Middle Ages in your homeschool, engage kids by adding some fun medieval activities for middle school to your lesson plans.
There are no other families like yours. So how do you create a homeschool that reflects your unique family? By asking yourself four simple questions.
Create your own world geography curriculum using these easy tips and tricks! It will change the way you teach geography and social studies!
Not sure what to do when your kids hate writing? Here are two quick and easy ways to turn the tides and help them learn to love it!
Is nature preschool right for your family? Learn what it is and why you might want to consider implementing it in your homeschooling.
Is literature-based homeschooling the right method for your family? I've always loved using great real books to teach. Even when I was a teacher in "real school" before homeschooling my own kids, I supplemented our curriculum with as many great living books as...
Bring your child’s education alive through engaging and immersive experiences! Creating a homeschool unit study to cater to your child’s needs is the way.
Is there such a thing as a homeschool science advantage? Learn why homeschooling can give kids an edge when it comes to all things science-related.
These 8 tips will help you create an unschooling lifestyle in your homeschool that sets your child up for a lifelong love of learning.
Should you be helping your homeschooled child find friends? Socialization is one of the biggest questions people have when it comes to homeschooling.
Critical thinking and logic are two sides of the same coin. Raising kids that will become expert crititcal thinkers is ideal, but how do you do it?