Posts by Tasha Swearingen

“Are we there yet??” That’s something most parents “get” to hear from youthful passengers when on the road to a faraway holiday destination. Most of us have heard of road trip games…


Incorporating high-quality children’s literature into your homeschool isn’t as difficult as you might think! In fact, in most cases, it can happen quite naturally. With a little planning…


One large advantage to homeschooling is that you have the ability to choose common curriculum options that best suit your students’ needs. Whether it’s math, science, history/social studies…


Fire prevention is such an important topic to discuss with kids. Most in-home fires are caused by accident, and the majority of these accidents can be prevented. In some cases, however, precautions…


Each school year brings with it the ability to try new things and have new experiences. Last year, we brought you a new STEM experiment every month centered around specific themes. To kick start…


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…


SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

Women Who Changed History

There's no doubt about it - there are many great women in history who've made their mark. Every year, we make it a point to bring you information about women of achievement.  Women haven’t…


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.…