Homeschooling with arts and crafts doesn’t need to be scary or messy (or involve glitter!). Here are 7 benefits of arts and crafts for homeschoolers.
Teaching middle schoolers how to cook doesn’t have to be complicated. Keep lessons simple, practical, and fun to enjoy time in the kitchen.
Thinking about joining a homeschool group? Learn why it could be the best thing ever to participate in a homeschool co-op!
Social skills practice is essential for all children but it is especially important for children who struggle with issues that make interactions challenging.
Summer learning in your homeschool doesn’t have to be costly. There are plenty of items to be found at your local dollar store!
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!
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.
Are you considering joining a homeschool co-op? Consider some of these pros and cons to help you make the right decision for your family.
Ever wanted to travel the country with your kids, using your experiences as a form of education? If so, roadschooling might be the homeschool path for you.
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!
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...
When studying the Middle Ages in your homeschool, engage kids by adding some fun medieval activities for middle school to your lesson plans.
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?
Homeschool field trips offers wonderful opportunities to learn all year long. Here are simple ways to keep them cost effective and a lot of fun!
Are you looking for fun national days to celebrate in your homeschool? You have come to the right place! Check out this awesome list.
This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printables for kids, including a foldable cube! Perfect for back to school time.
Creating a homeschool community for your family takes effort. But it is possible to create something that will serve your family and your whole community!
Sometimes the scariest thing about homeschooling through high school is giving credit to classes. Using 4-H as a high school elective credit can solve that!
One of our favorite ways of learning is through roadschooling. I believe that any one who homeschools can roadschool their kids!