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The sentiment from homeschool mom, Sarah L., is one to which many of us can relate. She said, "My challenge is incorporating healthy meal prep into my already hectic day at home with the kids. …


Guest post by Orton Gillingham for All Spelling can be challenging for anyone, but throw in a word that makes no sense phonetically and it can throw students for a loop. The word might be…


Ah, chilly days and snowflakes, hot chocolate and good books, and a warm fire dancing in the hearth… But when you think of winter do you think of writing? Winter is a wonderful time to get…


My favorite movie of all time is The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy. It explodes with danger, intrigue, and suspense all swirling with sword fights, heroes, and spies; not to mention witty…


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


For high school homeschoolers contemplating a military career, there are options available to aid in preparing for a military lifestyle.  The following programs are available: Junior Reserve…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com It’s the same dilemma every year: How do you keep homeschooling when you’re overwhelmed by the holiday madness? And let’s not forget your children,…


Part 2 of a three-part series on handwriting. Guest post By HollyOnHandwriting “For today’s journal entry,” the homeschool parent starts, “I want you to describe our nature walk.…


When I started with Charlotte Mason (CM) homeschooling, I have to admit, I was a bit overwhelmed.  Twenty years later, I wish I knew then what I know now. Whether you are a veteran or a novice…


Guest post by Gabriel Morse. I am realizing the sad truth that when I speak to children and young people these days, we are not speaking the same language at all. The words sound the same,…