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May 2018

Although the school year has come to an end, that doesn’t mean learning should! Preventing the summer slide is a very real concern for homeschooling families. Statistics show that students…


Looking for a patriotic high school STEM or STEAM experiment for May? This month in our STEM science projects series, we’ve decided to focus on and learn more about electricity as a conductor…


For a high school student, the junior year is more than just a precursor to graduation. It’s the perfect time to plan for an amazing senior year! The senior year is bittersweet: the grand finale…


Guest post by Time4Learning.com With summer approaching, you may be thinking about the plans you’ve made to spend time with your children. Are you traveling? Planning on sleeping in more…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing. Homeschool mom, Alexa, got her son’s standardized test scores back at the beginning of April. She became concerned when she realized that his reading and…


Guest post by Jennifer Edmundson, Co-founder, Kenson Kids Every parent knows it can be a challenge to get and keep kids active. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that…


Is it June yet? Seriously - one more month of this homeschooling stuff and you’ll probably be ready to turn your parent card in - right? With your sanity on the brink, you can rest assured…


Taking a field trip is the icing on the educational cake! Field trips give you and your students a chance to have a hands-on experience with whatever you’re studying. But then again, they could…


4 Sizzling Summer Deals for Online Learning It’s time to finalize summer plans! Thinking of taking a trip or two? Signing the kids up for swim lessons? Hoping for some relaxed moments around…


Is it time for a break? Do you have it in you to homeschool year round? The answer to these questions depends on what makes your family happy. For some, looking forward to that annual break is…