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Post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements, but few surpass the triumph of when your child first learns to read. Do…


APRIL 21, 2022

Writing War or Peace?

Guest Post by Gabriel Morse Teaching our children how to write well can often seem more like a war than a homeschool classroom. The declaration of war from our children may arrive in the open…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg Medicine is one of the most coveted courses, especially for high school students. Right from childhood, when children visit a doctor's office or any other medical…


Are you a "Green Goddess" or a "Trash it Tom"? Recycling is an important thing we can all do to help preserve our environment. No doubt, you’ve heard the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,”…


If history teaches anything it is that religious freedom isn’t always free and some men and women must risk all to preserve it. This is unfortunately one fact secular history books omit, and…


Easter is always a fun time of the year, isn’t it?  It’s a day for candy, games, delicious food, and without even half the pressure that comes with Christmas. In my book, that’s a solid…


Sponsored Post from Time4Learning. That’s right...homeschool conventions are an adventure! And just like any adventure, preparation is key to a successful outcome. Many homeschoolers just…


Expert Interview on Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness, and Phonics Dr. Jaumeiko Coleman, Vice President of Early Literacy Impact at EVERFI, sat down with Marketing Specialist, Lilla…


Today’s kids are all "digital natives." A digital native simply means someone born during the information age who can quickly and easily consume digital information through computers, mobile…


When teaching a child with dyslexia to read, there are a few things to keep in mind, a specific dyslexia homeschool curriculum,  as well as some techniques to facilitate learning. First,…