Curriculum Options

As the summer ends, it's time to start thinking about what you'll use in the upcoming year. In thinking about next year, consider what worked, what didn't, and what you wish you'd done…


Recently, we asked our homeschool community which subject they would teach if they could only choose one. We’d anticipated preferences for math or history, but the overwhelming response was…


For those new to homeschooling, it’s one thing to get settled with state laws and join support groups, and another thing entirely to teach your children.  Finding the best homeschool curriculum…


Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards Every homeschooler wants to find an amazing curriculum and having a little advice and input always helps. This is why each year we open our awards up to…


If you are new to homeschooling, you may find yourself wondering how to teach homeschool social studies. After all, aren’t social studies traditionally taught in classroom environments with…


Music is a wonderful outlet for children and adults alike. Learning how to play an instrument or sing has proven benefits for students, and can enhance their skills in other subjects. Not every…


Studying art is something homeschoolers may find difficult. After all, an art study requires supplies, resources, and creativity. If you are a budget homeschooler or you don’t feel artistic,…


Did you hit the ground running with big dreams of homeschooling? If so, you might have unrealistic expectations and may already be feeling burnout! But, it's not just you you're worried…


Have you ever thought about your homeschooling successes and failures? Have you taken the time to "grade" yourself? Then you've assessed your homeschool! But is it time to do it again? Click…


January is the perfect time to reflect on your homeschool year so far.  Whether your family is transitioning from public school to homeschooling, or you are simply beginning a new homeschool…