Getting Started Homeschooling

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,…


As homeschoolers, finishing well at the end of the school year is always in the back of our minds. We want to be sure we've met our yearly goals and our teens have accomplished what they set…


Spring can be a difficult time for homeschool families, even under the best circumstances. Why? Spring break is over and it feels like endless weeks lay ahead until the end of the semester. We…


New to homeschooling? Been homeschooling a long time? Either way, we all need a plan! And not just any plan, but a plan that is flexible and works with our unique family needs! Creating a…


Teaching homeschool math is not for the faint of heart. If there was a subject that leaves 90% of homeschooling parents feeling stressed, mathematics would likely be the one. While there are…


Are you new to homeschooling or even temporarily homeschooling? Are you looking for a resource that will help you navigate all stages and aspects of homeschooling? Then this book is for you!…


  For those getting started homeschooling, it can be a challenge if your life requires learning how to work and homeschool at the same time. Homeschooling and working is a balancing act,…


Free Online Learning Activities for Kids! Learning from home is a unique opportunity to take your child’s education and shape it specifically to their own specific needs. The amazing thing…


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Simply the phrase “homeschool testing” is enough to cause apprehension in both parents and students. While certain states require strict annual testing, other states don’t require anything…