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Maureen Rayburn, Content Strategist at Laurel Springs School and mom of two elementary school-aged children, shares the story of her family’s journey into schooling from home. Academic life,…


We homeschool with state requirements of 180 days of instruction for the school year. So, every May or June when we get to the 180th day, we celebrate with loud renditions of “School’s out…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com Imagine you are a third-grader, living your whole life in a high-rise apartment building in New York City.  For school, you are asked to read Charlotte’s…


Post sponsored by Calvert online curriculum. Due to so many pandemic-related school shutdowns, many families discovered the convenience and support of online homeschooling this school year.…


  As a college educator, I want parents to know why cursive writing is important to your teen. Any child born in the U.S. after the year 2000 will undoubtedly not have been taught cursive…


Meet the Culture Trotters: The Esteves Family World Schoolers! The Esteves Family is a world schooling family that had just begun their adventures when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Join us as…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing As the “regular” school year ends, you may be ready to focus on taking some much-needed time off. While you’re thinking of ways to kick back and…


Welcome to our Freebies for the month of June! Though this first item is not a freebie, your participation will enable us to provide you with a free list of "grass-roots" nominated and…


Sometimes we take for granted that our little ones are oblivious of what is going on in the world. We think they are happy in their own little world. But I just want to ask you, how is your child's…


Sponsored post by AOP Not that long ago, homeschooling was considered unpopular, but today, thanks in large part to the coronavirus shutting down our nation’s schools, homeschooling has…