Today’s culture scares me. It seems that our country is falling apart when it comes to values and morals. I cannot even let my six year just pick out books at the library anymore due to the agenda that is being pushed in new literature. God is missing in most aspects of society. As a […]
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Wondering how to nurture your child's mental health? Join homeschooling mom, Kim, as she shares about her experience and how to help children deal with crisis.
Is whining an issue at your house? Most of us can attest to the undeniable fact that "Whining happens!" We're sharing 6 habits to practice to break the whining cycle! Read on...
Guest contributor post. Just as people get the “winter blues” it is also possible to get the “homeschool blues”, and it often happens during the wintertime. We lose focus of our homeschool goals and we just go through the motions so that we can meet the State’s requirements. It is also not as fun as […]
In my family science has always been a favorite subject. We are a hands-on science family. If we can make something into an experiment I will. I learned early on that the more hands-on the better they remember. I have been homeschooling for over 18 years so that is a lot of science. I will […]
Guest post by Kimberly Smith When you homeschool it’s so important to provide an education that fits your child. That’s one of the prime reasons most people homeschool. If you have a gifted learner, homeschooling is one of the best ways to enable your child to reach their potential. In our case, I learned […]
Guest post by Kimberly Smith Having a gifted learner can be a blessing as well as a challenge. A blessing because your child is mastering a skill quickly. And, a challenge because you as a parent are struggling to keep them engaged on the subject. One of the biggest concerns is that a gifted learner […]
Volunteer Contributor post by Kimberly Smith The library is a wonderful resource for any homeschool parent. I use my library for most of my subjects including: reading, science, math, art, music, and history. The resources help to enrich the curriculum that I am already using. However, if you wanted to – you could just use […]
Posted By Volunteer Contributor Kimberly Smith When I think about a field trip, I think about touring a city with a guide walking and talking about the buildings and history while we soak in the richness of the day. While that makes for a great field trip a virtual field trip can be that and […]
We enjoy collaborating with other homeschoolers – working with homeschooling parents and bloggers. One of the ways we enjoy bringing your voice to our site is through volunteer contributions. We know that you have experience in areas that we do not… and we respect that! If you are interested in sharing advice or your experience through […]