The homeschool purists may not like this article about doing “school at home,” but if you’ve been shamed about this topic, then read to be encouraged!
Homeschooling in a large family has its challenges. Here are five of the challenges we’ve faced and the approaches we have found that work for us.
Has your child’s motivation to learn vanished completely? You need these effective strategies to motivate learning in your homeschool.
One of our favorite ways of learning is through roadschooling. I believe that any one who homeschools can roadschool their kids!
A homeschooler’s guide to take any subject and turn it into a unit study using a simple and clear process.
If you are wondering which homeschool method is best for your family, read the strengths and weakness the top 5 common approaches to homeschooling.
Don’t let your homeschool continue to boss you around! Use this simple solution for homeschool planning and start telling your homeschool what to do.
Supporting a child with a chronic illness can be a daunting experience for the whole family. Read our story and the 6 things we kept as normal as possible.
Yes, you can homeschool gifted kids and provide them with all the things they need to thrive academically and socially. These tips will help.
Whether we like it or not, in homeschool and life, twins are barraged with comparisons, which can be harmful to the twins’ identities and development.
Planning purposeful breaks throughout the year is a great way to prevent your homeschool routine from becoming exhausting and a bit too boring.
Mix up your homeschool lesson plan by using an Unconventional Holidays calendar this year! Kids will love the fun environment these holidays create!
Homeschool planners are wonderful tools if they work for you. If you’re struggling to make the planner work for your homeschool, there is hope!
When you find the perfect book, use these tips to create your own literature-based unit study to extend learning for your homeschooled children.
Daily, weekly and monthly planning for relaxed homeschoolers shows you what’s coming and helps you better summarize what your family has learned.
We’ve all been there, after a long day of battling through everything our child can’t do and doesn’t know, in tears knowing we have to do this all again tomorrow. This isn’t what we imagined homeschooling or learning to be. But here we are, trapped in this cycle of...
Few people are true ambiverts. When you aim to balance the strengths and weaknesses of your personality, you become your most powerful homeschool tool.
There is certainly something quirky about homeschoolers. Let’s stop denying it. Homeschoolers don’t fit in, because they have been trained differently.
Are you thinking of changing your homeschooling approach? Here’s what you should consider before you make the switch with your family.
Movement breaks are an important part of teaching AND learning. Try these 5 easy and FUN movement breaks for a more active and relaxing homeschool day!
Memory making during your homeschool years does not have to be complicated. Here are 4 simple ways you can create a memorable homeschool for your family.