Creating a solid foundation in learning is important. When we move our kids along before they’re ready, we send a few messages.
The darker side of homeschooling is not often talked about. Read about some of it here and find out how you can brighten up your journey.
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.
Are you thinking of special needs homeschooling your kids? This post will give you an idea of what it entails and give you the confidence to go for it!
Have you ever worried about teaching success to multiple learning styles? Success is not an accident. We must teach our children how to be successful.
Break free from the graded workbooks! Bring delight to your homeschool with a textbook-free history curriculum a wide age range can enjoy.
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.
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.
Have fun homeschooling and teaching with these easy-to-implement hands-on learning ideas that your children are sure to love!
Education gaps are inevitable. But realize your kids are lifetime learners. Homeschooling is not the end of their education.
What do you do when homeschool methods just do not seem to work? One family is sharing how they embraced a more eclectic approach to homeschooling.
Think you know which approach to take? Think again. Eclectic homeschooling might be the right path for you instead. Here’s why!
There are no other families like yours. So how do you create a homeschool that reflects your unique family? By asking yourself four simple questions.
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.
These 8 tips will help you create an unschooling lifestyle in your homeschool that sets your child up for a lifelong love of learning.