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Every child has a dream, and for some, it may be to be a newspaper journalist. Others, dream of being a creative writing teacher. And still, others see themselves going on tours as a best-selling…


Moving? Need Some Homeschool Organization? You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t want to sell their home quickly. However, as a busy parent who has to juggle kids’ schedules…


One of the most encouraging things in my homeschool year is to attend homeschooling conferences and one of my favorite’s is the Great Homeschool Conventions! All across the country, families…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing.com The time of year for writing assessments is quickly approaching! What does that mean? For many homeschool parents, it’s time to assess their child’s…


The unschooling method is based on the teachings of John Holt. Holt was a modern educator and author who came up with the word: Unschooling. He pinpointed problems with the traditional school…


Guest contributor post. Just as people get the “winter blues" it is also possible to get the “homeschool blues", and it often happens during the wintertime.  We lose focus of our homeschool…


Guest post contributed by Jennifer Hughes Hand exercises help children develop coordination, strength, and dexterity in the hand muscles to be able to play the piano well. Learning to play…


Homeschooling is a courageous step that many parents and carers decide to take. It has its own benefits, such as having complete autonomy over what your kids are learning. However, it’s possible…


Don't miss the first part of this series, Travel Schooling Part 1: How to Get Started One of the biggest obstacles that stand in the way for almost every family who wants to try travel schooling…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com When I first started homeschooling I was always caught up in focusing on the core subjects. Sure, we did chores together and occasionally made lunch…