Nature study can be the most affordable part of our curriculum, but it can also be hard to teach. Here are 10 easy nature ideas for your homeschool.
Escape rooms are an engaging way for kids to learn critical thinking skills. Learn how to take advantage of these popular escape games with your students.
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.
Do you have a child who is struggling with math? Try these simple midline exercises that activate both sides of the brain.
With preschool math, you are introducing the very basics. You don’t need a curriculum to do it! Here’s how to get started using play & everyday activities.
Math skills are in high demand these days, even for jobs that are not STEM related. Read 5 ways to help your child excel at homeschool math, & love it too!
Don’t stress over gathering all the supplies for a simple science experiment! Grab a few of the best homeschool science kits instead. Enjoy science!
Kindergarten is meant to be a time of play. Here are some simple ideas for teaching kindergarten science concepts to your little ones without a curriculum.
Building number sense in our homeschooled children is incredibly important, but do you know why? Check out three of the many reasons why!
Facing another day where your math lesson ended in frustration and tears? Here are 4 practical tips for homeschooling your child with a math disability.
Open-ended creativity is filled with mistakes and mishaps and gives permission to get it wrong before you nail it, before you even know what it is.
Learn how to make a multiplication fact flip book for fact practice or as a handy reference while your child is working to memorize the multiplication tables.
We all want our kids to have less screen time. But you can harness their desire to use devices into learning adventures through learning apps that can support your homeschooling efforts.
I, EEME Dad, make hands-on kits to teach kids robotics, electronics and coding. Here are my thoughts on how to teach kids coding. As an infant, we learned our first language by speaking as soon as possible. We slurred our words. We spoke the wrong phrases. But that’s...
Besides all the fabulous learning reasons to Love BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS, another great reason is fun? These can help make learning (or review) more fun for our middle schoolers. Great for summer review, or for use in a homeschool setting, BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS are packed full of information and fun for middle schoolers.
Ways to engage with technology in your homeschool. Find out different strategies for incorporating technology into your homeschool instruction.
Rather than always reaching for a worksheet or workbook, try one of these 5 suggestions to teach basic counting skills in a fun, engaging, non-threatening manner!
We have a harder time staying home to homeschool than we do finding opportunities to socialize. The real challenge is deciding what homeschool extracurriculars are our best “yes”. As a busy homeschool family, how do we decide what extracurriculars to get involved in?
Do you wish you children spent more time outside in nature? The benefits of outdoor play cannot be underestimated. Read on for 5 ways you can get your children outdoors.
Make learning fun with games, apps, services and more. We know that the more interested kids are in what they are doing the more likely they are to retain the information. So make learning fun with these resources.
Minecraft may be fun and exciting, but it’s also a great tool for teaching kids about problem solving, creativity, and more!