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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.”…


For those that do not homeschool year round, the end of year "wrap up" is coming to close in a few short weeks.  At this point, many homeschool families are scrambling to finish. Making sure…


We’re excited to announce the global launch of Britfield & the Lost Crown, a fast-paced young adult adventure novel based on family, friendship, loyalty, and courage. The first in a five-part…


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…


This is a volunteer post by Kim Andrysczyk. Charlotte Mason style of education is based on the teachings of Charlotte Mason. Mason was a British educator in the nineteenth century. This approach…


Guest post by Sandra Larson In elementary school, children are encouraged to write short stories. The stories often do not have a plot, well-developed characters, or conflict. Many times,…


Woohoo! Oh yeah... we're super excited! And with good reason! Our Homeschooling & Loving It podcast launched this week! And we're so excited to be able to reach out to each of you in…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Ahhh, welcome summer! Summer means vacation time for most students; but the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer don’t have to mean that the hard-earned writing…


Guest post by Kimberly Smith     Having a gifted learner can be a blessing as well as a challenge.  A blessing because your child is mastering a skill quickly.  And, a challenge because…


For many families, summertime means moving from structure and routine-filled days to…well… nothingness, which can cause chaos. You can keep this from happening by engaging in meaningful activities.…