Posts by Jamie Gaddy

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 share the faith-based Easter…


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…


Looking for a beautiful way to focus your thoughts on the meaning of the holiday season this month? Scripture focused on gratitude, joy and the reason for the season is perfect for doing just…


Is a Debt-Free Education Even Possible? Is that even possible? With the insatiable rising costs of higher education, the idea of college for many graduates is becoming a distant dream. Who wants…


Congratulations! You've been working hard and now the end of your high school journey is in sight. It's time to review your plan and make sure that what you've set in place will still carry…


Can you believe it's is the end of the year already? I'm definitely not complaining. A new year is always a wonderful thing, full of promise and hope. But, I feel like we should all get a t-shirt…


Sponsored by Time4Learning. Thanksgiving unit studies and activities combine history, art, culture, food, science, math, reading and more. From baking goods, drawing pictures, crafting, comparing…


November Homeschool Calendar Printable November is one of our favorite months here at Homeschool.com. [caption id="attachment_151051" align="alignright" width="290"] Click to print the calendar.[/caption] There…


Have your days been easy-going like a Shirley Temple movie or a little like a chapter out of "War and Peace?" I would have to commiserate more with the "War and Peace" reference.  We've been…


One of the most difficult things about homeschooling is the record keeping. With all of the quizzes, tests, and other assignments the work can get out of hand. One of our favorite ways to tame…