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MAY 25, 2022

Flexibility is the Key During Summer Months

Guest post by Time4Learning.com With summer approaching, you may be thinking about your plans to spend time with your children. Are you traveling? Planning on sleeping in more often? Are you…

APRIL 27, 2022

Your Child Learned to Read. Now What?

Post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements, but few surpass the triumph of when your child first learns to read. Do…

MARCH 20, 2022

Is Your Kid Ready to Learn Coding?

Today’s kids are all "digital natives." A digital native simply means someone born during the information age who can quickly and easily consume digital information through computers, mobile…

MARCH 7, 2022

Teaching Homeschooled Teens Financial Independence

Public schools may not appreciate the importance of financial literacy for teens, but the great thing about homeschooling is the control over the curriculum we teach. Adding finances to your…

FEBRUARY 10, 2022

Homeschooling Children With Severe Food Allergies

Food allergies can be dangerous for anyone, but they are especially scary for kids. Unfortunately, about 8% of children in the U.S. have developed food allergies, and about 40% of those children…

JANUARY 24, 2022

5 Ways to Help Protect Your Kids Online

Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg The internet has done a lot of good things for humanity but it has also caused quite some harm and some children who love to be online have not been exceptions.…

JANUARY 19, 2022

Black History: What is Achievable is Repeatable

Guest post by Sandra K. Yocum As educators, we must be committed to sharing leadership examples that enlighten students to discover that what is achievable is repeatable. Thousands of black…

JANUARY 10, 2022

Homeschooling Goals for a Mid-Year Transition

The semester has wrapped up and Spring is on the horizon. The seasons are changing soon and so are you—and your children. Winter is a fantastic season full of opportunities for fun, wonder,…

AUGUST 30, 2021

Preparing Your Child to Thrive Mentally

With a new school year beginning and social stress on the rise, it’s important that we set the atmosphere for our kids to not only thrive academically and physically but also mentally.  We…

JULY 9, 2021

Lobbying and Homeschool Rights

Politics is always a touchy subject. The political spectrum is vast and very few of us would land in the same spot. Because of this, some choose to bury their heads in the sand and ignore politics…