Looking for a better way to teach vocabulary to your children? Try these five different strategies to make it easier and more effective!
You CAN engage your kids and help them be passionate about writing! Check out these ways to encourage writing in your homeschool.
Running a book club for boys is very different than girls. You need to incorporate things that boys like and boys do to be successful. Find out how.
Here are three reasons why you should consider learning language arts through literature in your homeschool when choosing curriculum.
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...
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...
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.
Reading aloud to your children can and will change the way they interact with others, improve their attention span, and so much more! Find out how.
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!
Create your own world geography curriculum using these easy tips and tricks! It will change the way you teach geography and social studies!
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.
Teaching homeschool writing doesn’t have to be hard or boring! You can use writing inspiration from the books your kids are reading.
Homeschooling gives you amazing flexibility to think outside the box. There are so many opportunities to add unusual resources. Sometimes an idea that is not traditionally thought of as 'educational' can really open up huge learning opportunities. This was the case...
This free download contains 5 adorable styles of about me printables for kids, including a foldable cube! Perfect for back to school time.
Ways families can use the study of music in their homeschool, namely classical vocal pieces, folk songs, and hymns, to grow five language arts skills.
A summer reading program is a great way to cultivate a love of books at any age. Fill your free time with free reading and dive into great books together.
Kendall Hunt Pathways 2.0 is a great literature-based language arts curriculum for a Christian homeschooler.
To prepare your children to be effective writers, you only need five steps in the elementary grades to reap huge benefits in their writing future.
5 picture book inspired STEM activities for teaching reading to your kids. What a picture book STEM activities looks like; choosing picture books for STEM.
For many children, a multi-sensory approach is necessary to help cement the alphabet into their minds. Here are some fun ideas to help you.