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Welcome to Homeschool.com's Friday Freebies Series! We know just how much homeschoolers love those amazing free printables, free unit studies, free planners... free everything! So, because…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Hip hip hooray, it’s summer! So, how do you keep your writers writing when the sunshine beckons? Well, the key is to keep things fun and relaxed. Yes, you can…


Why would I want to do school when I’m not feeling well? Shouldn’t I just take the day off and rest?  There’s no way I could stay focused. We’ll just make up the work later. I’m…


    The Montessori method stands apart from other teaching methods because it teaches children to become in charge of their own education by being self-directed, hands-on and playful all at…


Multiple Intelligences approach to education is based on the theory by Howard Gardner. Gardner is a developmental psychologist and professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education. He proposed…


Enter to Win your own signed copy of Britfield & the Lost Crown!  (perfect for summer reading!) In our latest Homeschooling & Loving It podcast, we had the pleasure of chatting with…


Guest post by Sam Bowman As a teacher, especially one that is teaching kids from home, developing lesson plans and finding ways to be engaging can be particularly challenging. You want to…


Guest post by Katie Glennon It's summertime, the season of vacations and activities outdoors and in the sun! But that doesn't mean activities like reading books have to stop. Kids who don't…


Guest post by Amanda Sims. When we began homeschooling our oldest at the age of five, year-round schooling was not the plan. I grew up in the public school system and assumed we would school…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com When I started writing this, I was thinking about the reasons to keep “studying” during the summer. But after a while, I didn’t like the word “study.”…