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14 June 5:29 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Yes, Students Can Take Online Courses for College Credit

When you first made the decision to homeschool, you might not have been thinking about college. But now that your child is…

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12 June 5:32 pm
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

The Virtual Conference You’ve Been Waiting For!

Homeschool convention season is wrapping up for 2018. But, what happens if you can’t make it to the convention in person?…

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7 June 5:08 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

A Breakthrough in Learning Math!

Mathseeds makes learning math fun with highly interactive and motivating online math games and activities that children…

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21 May 12:06 pm
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Flexibility is the Key During Summer Months

Guest post by Time4Learning.com With summer approaching, you may be thinking about the plans you’ve made to spend time…

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18 May 10:35 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Learn to Read with Reading Eggs

Learning to read is one of the most important skills children can learn. Reading Eggs makes the learning to read journey fun,…

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17 May 5:49 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Summer Was Made for Writing

Sponsored post by Time4Writing. Homeschool mom, Alexa, got her son’s standardized test scores back at the beginning…

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10 May 3:21 pm
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

4 Sizzling Summer Deals for Online Learning

4 Sizzling Summer Deals for Online Learning It’s time to finalize summer plans! Thinking of taking a trip or two? Signing…

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3 May 12:18 pm
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

Spotlight On: Language Arts

Does the thought of homeschooling language arts make you cringe? For many parents, this is the one subject they either excel…

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23 April 6:26 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Your Child Learned to Read. Now What?

Guest post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements,…

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19 April 4:40 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Has curriculum become your religion?

A guest post by Julie Polanco A curriculum can be a great tool as long as it does not become our religion. What do I mean…

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