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Does teaching math make you wanna pull your hair out? If so, you’re not alone! For many, this is the dealbreaker in their homeschooling career. Since many feel they can’t teach this subject…


  A college education carries with it far more than a piece of paper. There’s the prestige of having earned a degree and the benefits of a better job outcome, both of which are only…


Guest post by Time4Writing.com Where are you headed this summer? Do you have a family road trip in the works? Will you be visiting family in a distant state? Or, perhaps you have some homeschool…


Summer doesn’t mean there’s no time for homeschool summer science! In fact, you probably have even more time now that you’re not bogged down with a school schedule. In your free time, consider…


Are you ready for a fun-filled summer of learning? Hang on, WHAT? You’re probably thinking summer is for relaxing and recharging. And you’re right, but adding a few minutes of learning each…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing. Homeschool mom, Alexa, got her son’s standardized test scores back at the beginning of April. She became concerned when she realized that his reading and…


Visit the Special Needs Section of Homeschool.com Special Needs Students - The Advantages of Homeschooling While every child is special and has specific needs, some students learn differently…


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…