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Of course, you wouldn’t send your child out into a blizzard without a coat. So why let them navigate adulthood without the vital skills to manage money and face life's biggest challenges? In…


It’s been known for millennia that children love stories.  As human beings, our brains are wired to receive information in this form.  Stories help the reader form the emotional connection…


While nearly every college and university today is eager to accept homeschooled students into their institutions, homeschooling families need to understand that their student’s application…


Guest Post by Gabriel Morse For several years, I sat for long hours every day behind one of those battleship gray desks in a windowless, dull, gray office. The pay was enough to take care…


This post is sponsored by Little Monsters Universe. I'm Tina Salmanowitz, an advocate for homeschooling and science education. With over a decade of experience as a science educator (in class…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. Before the pandemic, it was business as usual for Boca Raton resident Nikki Warris. Her two daughters, 5-year-old Natalie and 8-year-old Lexi were…


Guest Post by Gabriel Morse Meet the Brothers - Jekyll and Hyde When my brother and I were younger, I was “obviously” the good child; and since I’m the one telling the story - he was…


Post Sponsored by Planehook Aviation Services Are you looking for a way to add STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to homeschool education? Do an aviation ground school. Consider…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. Getting discouraged during the homeschool year is like running into a red light when you’re in a rush. It’s inevitable. I should know, I’ve been there. I…


Every child has a natural inclination towards creativity and hands-on activities. As parents, nurturing these interests can be both rewarding and enriching for our kids. One exciting and unique…