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Science lessons are one of the best ways to get your kid’s nose out of the textbook and their hands firmly grasped around the wonders of the natural world. But take it from us: if you leave…


What is Travel-Schooling and How Do I Get More of it in my Homeschool? 5 Tips from Full-time Traveling Families Whether you’ve heard it called travel-schooling, world-schooling, or road-schooling,…


Guest post contributed by Kristin Louis   When you were younger you didn’t have all these handheld devices glued to your hands and eyes. Instead, you played outside with chalk, rode your…


This post is from our contributing sponsor, Time4Learning.  The holiday season usually marks the mid-way point or year-end for homeschoolers, depending on how you schedule out your year.…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Another fall has gone by, and for some of you, the winter holidays and festivities mean a break from your regular homeschool routine.  How can you take…


When the holidays start approaching, do your children start getting antsy? If all they want to talk about is the holidays, vacation time, candy treats, and snow, then this is the perfect time…


Sponsored post by Laurel Springs As time and technology move forward, online learning has developed into a plausible answer to a child’s education needs. With the convenience of accessing…


Homeschooling Your Kids? Join us as we take a look at Top Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching Writing Skills. It’s natural for parents who homeschool their kids to worry about teaching them…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. Thanksgiving unit studies and activities combine history, art, culture, food, science, math, reading and more. From baking goods, drawing pictures, crafting, comparing…


Post contributed by Time4Learning.com Welcome, Thanksgiving! The Thanksgiving holiday is the time we celebrate the harvest and gather with loved ones to give thanks for all the wonderful things…