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FEBRUARY 11, 2020

Why Study Math? 

Post sponsored by Mathleaks There are students who find math easy and there are those who dread nothing more than opening a math book to do homework. However, regardless of how students feel…


Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday for the whole family.  Though it is usually overrun with romance and is generally geared toward couples, families can enjoy the fun as well.  Valentine’s…


February isn't an easy month! As most homeschool moms know, there seems to always be something that really gets to us in February. At Homeschool.com we are declaring that February is not…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Anxiety and avoidance of writing are common for students (and even for many adults). Students returning from break may be even more reluctant to start writing…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com [caption id="attachment_119621" align="alignright" width="266"] Click to read more![/caption] When I first thought about homeschooling, I worried about…


Science lessons are one of the best ways to get your kid’s nose out of the textbook and their hands firmly grasped around the wonders of the natural world. But take it from us: if you leave…


What is Travel-Schooling and How Do I Get More of it in my Homeschool? 5 Tips from Full-time Traveling Families Whether you’ve heard it called travel-schooling, world-schooling, or road-schooling,…


Homeschool Friday Freebies for January Welcome to Homeschool.com's Friday Freebies Series! We know just how much homeschoolers love those amazing free printables, free unit studies,…


Guest post contributed by Kristin Louis   When you were younger you didn’t have all these handheld devices glued to your hands and eyes. Instead, you played outside with chalk, rode your…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Another fall has gone by, and for some of you, the winter holidays and festivities mean a break from your regular homeschool routine.  How can you take…