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Guest post by Quantrilla Ard When we decided to start planning our family, my husband and I did not see homeschooling in our future. We went about planning for our children's education…


This post is sponsored by Study.com. The first day back to homeschooling after summer vacation is a big deal. It's important to set the tone and expectations for a new school year, and that…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. This blog post was planned about a month ago, but as with everything, life happens. This brings me to the biggest benefit of homeschooling for our…


Guest post by Cameron Grell “I can’t give up,” I muttered. I had been working hard in certain subjects like mathematics and science for years, but I was still struggling here. Memorizing…


Guest post by Dianne Willis The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a new interest in alternative schooling arrangements, such as "pandemic pods" and virtual schools. Notably, a United States Census…


Do you sometimes feel like lesson planning is taking over your life? For many homeschoolers, lesson planning becomes that dreaded task we must do but never look forward to doing. Sure, it makes…


Guest post by Stephanie Wilkins Summer is in full swing and kids are having the time of their lives outdoors. With all the outdoor fun comes the possibility of sunburn, dehydration, heat rash/foot…


Every mom has times where she feels she just can’t cope with the lengthy list of tasks she’s planned for the day: paying as much attention as possible to her child, doing the grocery shopping,…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing. Writing isn’t only a skill that’s valued in academics and sought after by employers. It’s also an activity that can build a child’s skills and…


This post is sponsored by The Learning Bar. The first stage of becoming a reader usually begins in kindergarten or grade 1. This is when children learn the relationships between letters and…