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This post is written by a guest contributor. November is the time of year when we start thinking about what we are grateful for, but we should have a heart of gratitude all year long. How…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Get your writing tools ready, because November is NaNoWriMo! If you’re feeling a bit baffled right now, you’re not alone. “NaNoWriMo” is a fun way to…


We've been behind the scenes like a bunch of Santa's elves working like crazy to bring you a Christmas helper's -  line up of super fun giveaways, resources, and gift guides.  We're giving…


The traditional method of homeschooling is home education that follows the traditional school model. This philosophy of education uses structured plans and textbooks. It's especially useful if…


Looking for an easy way to incorporate writing skills into your homeschool science study? Writing in science is easier than you think! There are a number of different ways to do this for all…


In my family science has always been a favorite subject.  We are a hands-on science family.  If we can make something into an experiment I will.  I learned early on that the more hands-on…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Ah, fall is in the air!  The cooler temperatures and beautiful landscape are perfect for keeping your kids’ bodies and minds active through the fall…


Dread grading your student's writing assignments? Do you have difficulty getting them to take your constructive criticism? I do! My kiddos don't handle it well, and I find that having an outside…


When teaching a child with dyslexia to read, there are a few things to keep in mind, as well as some techniques to facilitate learning. First, dyslexia is not a cause of lower intelligence.…


As a homeschooling mother of 9, trying to fit in all the subjects that need to be taught for each student is challenging. The first thing I think of when I hear Science is- experiments. How can…