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African-American History Study: Tips for Getting Started It's important to cover African American history while studying American history in your homeschool. Most texts, though well-meaning…


Faith-Based Resource Looking for a year-long copy work curriculum that inspires?  [caption id="attachment_118446" align="alignright" width="174"] Each page has a bookmark![/caption] We have…


  We've all been there as parents... slightly exasperated at our child's loss of all manners. Don't sweat it - - and don't be embarrassed!  They could just be shy and feel too awkward…


DECEMBER 2, 2019

2019 Holiday Gift Guide

Don't you just love those last quiet moments on Christmas Eve? The stockings all hung by the chimney with care - and filled with goodies that each one will cherish?  The glow of the Christmas…


Special thanks to our guest contributor. Deschooling is the process of adjusting to the non-school environment of everyday life after leaving the education system. This adjustment period happens…


The Stress-Free Thanksgiving Issue Want the holidays to be full of precious memories and absent of stress? We're pretty sure you're shouting a resounding, yes! (We are!) We all love the holidays,…


October has been all about science and that theme continues with National Chemistry Week!  When you think of science, does the image of a lab with beakers, bubbling solutions, and goggles come…


What do we know about nuclear science?  What do we still have yet to learn? There are nearly infinite uses of nuclear technology in our society today.  It is immersed in our medical system,…


Have your homeschoolers studied Earth science yet?  This branch of science, also known as geoscience, is an incredibly relevant area of study, and worth learning about!  Earth Science Week…


Are you struggling with science this year? I have been there! Granted there are those amazing few homeschool parents that really rock the science world, but most of us are genuinely struggling…