Posts by Tasha Swearingen

Undoubtedly, computer literacy has changed the way we learn things. They provide a portal into worlds we at one time only dreamed about. Today, we can think of a question and have an answer at…


When you started homeschooling did you imagine the perfect learning scenario? One where all your children wake up and start working on their homeschool lessons without being told? A homeschool…


There’s no doubt about it - good readers READ and they read often! For some students, the hard part is finding middle school books to read. If this describes your student, take a look at the…


With classic literature, I believe some books are meant to be read when you are young and then again later when you are older. The ten teenage books listed below are no exception to this.…


For Christian homeschoolers, Bible study is one of the most important aspects of the day. Starting the day off with a focus on those things that are good and peaceful (Psalm 29:11) has an amazing…


Whether you're just beginning to homeschooling or are in your 15th year, every year can be different. Life happens, kids get older, circumstances change, etc. One thing that doesn't change is…


Let’s face it - sometimes, parents just need a BREAK! Arranging for someone else to take over parenting duties can be a task in and of itself, though. Luckily, there are ways to take breaks…


What Is Computer Science? Computer science is all about what learning what computers can actually do. Computer programming (and, thus, coding) is about making the computers do those things.…


Are you the type of person who thinks big but has difficulty following through?? Great ideas come easy, but you just can’t seem to make it happen? Vision boards may be the solution to helping…


Unit studies are so popular amongst homeschoolers that they’re often in their own category of homeschooling styles. A homeschool unit study isn’t much different from any other unit study,…