Music is part of every culture of the world. Here are five specific reasons why music is an important subject to teach in your homeschool.
Whether you are a year-round or summer-break homeschooler, or a combination of the 2, I’ve got some great ideas for summer nature study in your homeschool.
Science can be easy and fun to teach at home if you follow these tips. Prepare your supplies in advance and emphasis a love of learning.
Social skills practice is essential for all children but it is especially important for children who struggle with issues that make interactions challenging.
Homeschooling parents often say, “I love the Waldorf approach, but what about reading?” Discover the Waldorf approach to reading & bringing literacy alive.
This list is just what you need to kick your summer into scientific overdrive! You’ll love having these handy STEM ideas right at your fingertips.
Summer learning in your homeschool doesn’t have to be costly. There are plenty of items to be found at your local dollar store!
It's a fact that learning is becoming more and more digital. There are critical skills kids need in order to use technology for learning. One of these important skills is typing. Even younger kids are relying on typing more and more for schoolwork that they're...
Creating a solid foundation in learning is important. When we move our kids along before they’re ready, we send a few messages.
Learn why so many moms have homeschool burnout and why it doesn’t have to be your reality with some simple systems put in place.
It’s not difficult at all to do music at home with your preschooler. Learn 5 fun and easy ways from veteran homeschooler and music teacher Gena Mayo.
Are you struggling with irresponsibility in your kids? You need these effective strategies to teach your homeschooler responsibility.
Are you looking for a way to include art in your homeschool, but lack the direction or artistic ability you think you need for success? Atelier Homeschool Art by Arts Attack brings the art teacher to you! Using Atelier Homeschool Art by Arts Attack The lessons plans...
Homeschooling a high school student has its challenges, but homeschooling a special needs high schooler is another level of challenging.
By planting the right seeds at the right time, we are nurturing creative minds in our kids, and helping them develop good habits for life.
Did you know there is a National Scavenger Hunt Day? May 24th is National Scavenger Hunt Day! Create or print your own hunt. Invite your homeschool friends!
Looking for an easy-to-use Christian language arts curriculum? Pathways2.0 has you covered with a comprehensive literature-based approach that promotes critical thinking, flexibility, and faith development. Better yet, all of this happens through the step-by-step...
Even homeschool moms want to be recognized for their efforts and what better time to show it than during Teacher Appreciation Week?
Homeschooling is about more than a physical location — homeschool is a mindset. And sometimes that means using unexpected resources to meet educational and family goals.
Working from home? Here are 7 tips to completely change your work from home and homeschool life from a mama that’s doing it!
Foreign language credit for homeschoolers doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think. Here’s how homeschoolers can earn their foreign language credits.