Parenting

MAY 18, 2022

Morning Basket Motivation

A while back, it seemed everywhere I turned, homeschool parents were talking about morning baskets. I heard the term so many times that I pulled up trusty Google to discover what the buzz was…

MAY 13, 2022

How To Teach Your Children Healthy Financial Habits

After graduating into adulthood, many public school students realize how ill-prepared they are for their financial futures. Financial literacy — including budgeting, taxes, and credit — simply…

APRIL 25, 2022

How To Stay Creative as a Homeschool Parent

Guest post by Sam Bowman Homeschooling comes with a variety of benefits. It enables students to learn in a comfortable and familiar environment surrounded by people who care about them. It…

APRIL 21, 2022

Writing War or Peace?

Guest Post by Gabriel Morse Teaching our children how to write well can often seem more like a war than a homeschool classroom. The declaration of war from our children may arrive in the open…

APRIL 14, 2022

Tips for Teens Considering Medical School

Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg Medicine is one of the most coveted courses, especially for high school students. Right from childhood, when children visit a doctor's office or any other medical…

MARCH 18, 2022

Homeschool Teen and Driver’s Education

There will likely come a time when you have finally perfected the curriculum for your homeschooling classes when your teen will surprise you with the big question: “when can I learn how to…

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 22, 2022

Homeschooling in the Midst of Divorce

Guest post by Sam Bowman. The choice to homeschool your children is usually something both parents decide together. But, when you’re going through a divorce, you may find yourself at a crossroads…

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 31, 2022

Teaching Kids About Emergency Preparedness

One of the great benefits of homeschooling is that you can expand outside of the typical school syllabus and teach your kids some life lessons that they might not always learn inside of the traditional…