Posts by Guest Author

Guest 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.…


A guest post by Julie Polanco A curriculum can be a great tool as long as it does not become our religion. What do I mean by that? Anything that we follow just for the sake of following it,…


Reprinted with permission from A2Z Home's Cool  By Kerry Jones You will be extremely happy to know that you have nothing in common with me. You glide along through life like a leaf…


By Karen Branch - Homeschool math guest post sponsored by CTC Math There’s that moment in every comedy where the befuddled comic relief character says, “Wait a second…” as he notices…


As homeschooling parents, we have the privilege of immersing our children in subjects that interest them and subjects that, perhaps, do not. Generally, if you ask children what subjects they…


You know spring has sprung into full gear when you start seeing blog posts about homeschool conventions and Easter activities! With cute bunnies adorning your local home decorating venues and…


FEBRUARY 26, 2018

How Women Changed History

For decades, women have made great accomplishments in history but it wasn’t always this way. Even further back in history, women were forbidden to vote or even obtain an education! Although…


With the holiday season upon us, you’ll probably find yourself doing more holiday crafts than usual. That’s because holiday crafts aren’t just for the “fun” of being crafty; they’re…


It’s that wonderful time of year again.  With the aroma of pumpkin pie in the air and visions of Christmas morning dancing in our heads, it’s easy to get swept up in the moment or the…


  At the end of an art lesson, it’s important that students get a chance to reflect on their work. Sometimes this time for reflection is built into the art lesson, and sometimes teacher/parent…