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This post is sponsored by Film School 4 Teens. When I was in 8th grade, we were required to take 3 months of wood shop, 3 months of metal shop and 3 months of home economics (which is a strange…


This post is sponsored by Kumon. Homeschooling your children is probably a decision that didn’t come without consideration. When it was time to decide on a curriculum, you likely conducted…


Guest post by Tim Waldenback If your teen participates in team sports or plays an instrument, remember how long it took for him or her to play with skill? The same is true for driving.…


Guest post by Lee Binz, The HomeScholar Parents of high school students need to create records that accurately reflect their student, and it can be pretty intimidating at first. You want the…


  This is a guest blog post from Laurie Brown of HomeschoolOutfitters.com. After years of watching my son come home from school each day in utter defeat, I realized something had to…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing. Once upon a time, homeschool parents overlooked a teaching strategy for writing… It’s easy to be so hyper-focused on preparing your children…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. Mother, grandmother, home daycare provider, program director for an addiction treatment center, Sunday school teacher, youth pastor, and PTO president.…


Guest post by Kimberly Smith. Every summer, I am faced with this dilemma. Often throughout the years, I have had great intentions of keeping my children's skills moving forward, but after…


Faith-Based Christian Homeschooling contribution from Coach Judy   Three Ways to Plug into God’s Power “For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength.” Philippians…


Sponsored post by Numerica Math. What were your math classes like? Did you dislike math because you had a boring teacher who told you to memorize everything? Or did you like math because your…