Posts by Jamie Gaddy

Faith-based resource It's always a favorite at our house to find great books to read aloud or read individually during the week before a holiday. Easter is no different. Reading books that…


Has your homeschool motivation dropped to zero? Do something - even if you’re just reading and doing unit studies. Unit studies are often so much fun, your students may actually enjoy learning…


Perhaps you’ve seen some of the cool, simple science experiments that are out there (and there are lots!), but one that caught our attention was using gummies to test osmosis. One of our contributors,…


Many people wonder today if cursive handwriting is important enough to continue teaching... Here's one experienced homeschool mom's perspective. Crystal was my first pen pal and I adored…


The study of the Native American Indian people is one of great interest. In fact, over the years more information has become public surrounding the history of the North American Indian. Some…


They say hindsight is 20/20 and that phrase rings true more times in my life than I’d care to admit.  That’s how life is, though. It’s a learning process. While we can begin any ambition…


Guest post by Jennifer Edmundson, Co-founder, Kenson Kids Every parent knows it can be a challenge to get and keep kids active. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that…


Are you homeschooling a child with autism? Autism has received a lot of media attention in recent years. Experts have come about with theories on what causes autism and how autistic individuals…


Do you find yourself constantly driving your kids to co-ops, music lessons, field trips, sports, and more? Is your homeschooling time feeling restricted by all the time in the car?  This…


Every homeschool family I spoke with agreed: Burnout happens but it’s not a hopeless situation. And just like any other crisis event, there are reasons why it occurs -- and most of those reasons…