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Are you worried about your ability to teach your children? Are you wondering "How Does Homeschooling Work?" Do you question whether you have the knowledge and skills? Are you worried that you…


This post is sponsored by Study.com. STEM has become a major buzzword in education over the last decade and it's now a big part of homeschooling curriculums. So, what does STEM stand for?…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. If you haven’t yet read part one, you can read that here. Struggling at School So began the first heartbreaking year for my daughter, Bella, when…


Sponsored by Alpha Omega Publications Homeschooling high school students may seem daunting (yeah, chemistry, physics, and trigonometry are serious buzzkills) but I'm here to tell you that…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg The emergence of the coronavirus had a devastating effect on so many activities worldwide. It was so bad that schools and offices had to shut down and everyone…


This post is sponsored by Quarto Classroom. There is a very distinct window for kids to develop key social and emotional learning skills, such as learning to make friends, acting selflessly,…


Adding a martial art unit to your homeschool schedule will fulfill your child’s physical education requirements and it adds a ton of value to your child’s character development. Instead of…


I quit. I was a teacher and I quit. That's right.  I quit.  I quit my job.  To homeschool.  The kicker......I quit my job teaching.  Educating other people’s children so that I can…


With a new school year beginning and social stress on the rise, it’s important that we set the atmosphere for our kids to not only thrive academically and physically but also mentally.  We…


  Writing can be a difficult subject to teach and learn. Many children approach writing with anxiety and uncertainty, seeing it as something filled with subjectivity and open to criticism.…