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Is your child struggling to read, spell, or write? Is he or she having trouble with math as well? Such struggles could be early indicators that your child is suffering from dyslexia, one of the…


Just like tax records, documents for homeschooling are a necessary evil. Some states require submission of homeschool records and others do not. Whether you are sending documents into the…


  If you are homeschooling a high school student, it's time to discuss your student's future.  What does your student want to do beyond high school?  This will impact the type of courses…


Visit the Special Needs Section of Homeschool.com Special Needs Students - The Advantages of Homeschooling While every child is special and has specific needs, some students learn differently…


  Before I became The HomeScholar and before I even began homeschooling, I was a nurse. I loved Biology and Chemistry and loved being a nurse.  This is one homeschooling mom who…


This is a guest blog post from Sonlight. Regardless of your children's ages, you probably have overarching reasons to homeschool: teaching your faith to your kids, freedom to travel, meeting…


NOVEMBER 16, 2017

Thankful Poems

  Interested in a Thanksgiving project that will focus on gratitude and giving thanks?  How about Thankful Poems. Amy from the website Let's Explore writes,  "Doesn't Thanksgiving…


The Holiday Gift Guide has published!  Could you use some fresh inspiration for gifts this holiday season? I know I could. After another year of homeschooling down, I am ready to melt into…


This is a guest blog post from Sonlight. The average active vocabulary of an adult English speaker is ten to twenty thousand words, with a passive vocabulary (the words you recognize, but…


Rebecca Kochenderfer - How to Avoid Homeschool Burn Out   Homeschool burnout is a REAL thing. As a veteran homeschooling mom, Rebecca Kochenderfer knows all too well what that feeling…