Posts by Jamie Gaddy

Hate to study? Of course, who loves that? In this case, a little study can go a long way. This means studying for your college entrance exam or the ACT or SAT. Taking time to study can raise…


With a homeschooling education, you have the ability to tailor a child’s education to the desired framework, and also to their individual interests, strengths, and particular learning style.…


When you first made the decision to homeschool, you might not have been thinking about college. But now that your child is older and ready for advanced level courses, maybe even college-level…


Guest post written by Grace Carter Writing an essay is a good way for your child to think about a subject and develop a solid understanding of it. It also helps develop good writing skills…


JUNE 5, 2018

Summer is Here!

For many of us who homeschool that doesn't mean that learning takes a break. Summer is the perfect time for us to explore new techniques and tools with our students. This summer say goodbye to…


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…


4 Sizzling Summer Deals for Online Learning It’s time to finalize summer plans! Thinking of taking a trip or two? Signing the kids up for swim lessons? Hoping for some relaxed moments around…


There are definitely two sides to the on-going debate as to whether great leaders are born or made. Here’s where we, at SuperCamp, come out on this issue. Yes, certain people are born with,…


Guest post sponsored by Time4Writing.com You know that feeling where you turn around twice, and your infant is suddenly walking and talking? Then you turn around again a couple times, and your…


Summer enrichment is traditionally considered to be a great way to expose students to new or more advanced areas of learning during the long summer vacation break. No argument there. But the…