Break free from the graded workbooks! Bring delight to your homeschool with a textbook-free history curriculum a wide age range can enjoy.
Here are three ideas for how to homeschool when you want to quit. These practices saved my sanity, my children’s love of learning and our homeschool life.
A unit study can focus learners on the world around them, spark their curiosity, and guide them through engaging experiences.
Looking for ways to simplify your homeschool? These 5 ideas from a relaxed and minimalist homeschool mom of 5 can get you started!
A classical education gives students a firm foundation for future success in all areas of learning and life. Here are four easy ways to implement it.
For most of my homeschooling career, I’ve considered myself an eclectic homeschooler. Today I share how that looks homeschooling high school.
Blending homeschool styles to meet your child’s needs means focusing on what works for your kids and your family – not everyone else’s.
It’s not that hard to socialize as homeschoolers! With these easy tips, your kiddos will be thankful you took the time to make it happen for them.
Pen pals bring back the excitement of writing and help teach kids about patience, etiquette, and letter writing skills. Plus, they’re also a ton of fun!
Learn all about the fun Christmas traditions around the world that others celebrate! From tasty recipes to popping logs, there’s something for everyone!
Are you looking for fun ways to incorporate random acts of kindness in your homeschool? Look no further we have 3 creative ways to get you started.
Adding margin to your day can dramatically change the way you homeschool – and parent. Here’s what it is and how to do it successfully.
Moms of multiple children know that sibling fighting while homeschooling can make or break the day. Here’s what worked to curb that in our homeschool.
Learn how to adjust the teachings of Charlotte Mason to fit your faith and homeschool style while still preserving the core theories of her methods.
This holiday season make it a priority to do some Thanksgiving crafts and activities with your kids to create cherished holiday memories!
Even the most dedicated homeschoolers will have seasons when things begin to feel too routine and it’s time to refresh your homeschool.
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!