2017 Best Homeschooling ArticlesJanuary 8, 2018
Ever get that feeling when you wish you’d have found something sooner? If you recently found us, you can check out some highlights from our blog below! We spent 2017 doing our best to provide you help with homeschooling and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you our top 10 favorite pieces. So, grab a cup of coffee and let’s go!
No matter what time of year it is, you’ll appreciate learning how to have a successful year – especially if you’re a new homeschooler. The tips we share here are also valuable to those in need of a homeschooling “boost” after the holidays.
If you’ve been homeschooling for longer than a few months, you may have experienced homeschool burnout. Get help with homeschooling in this post about what homeschool burnout is and how to overcome it.
After the holidays, some homeschooling parents start questioning whether homeschooling is really working. In this post, we give you three tips to help evaluate how it’s coming along for your family.
Choosing homeschool curriculum is one of the first big decisions you’ll make as a homeschooler. In this post, we help with homeschooling by offering four tips on making the right choice for your child and your family.
Feeling discouraged lately? If so, you’ll definitely benefit from reading why we feel you’re one of the best people out there! You’re not just “a homeschooler”; you’re a great homeschooler and we have proof. Read on to find out how we know!
Learning to manage your time effectively is an important part of homeschooling. In this post, one of our guest bloggers shares her best time management tactics. If you’re struggling to “get it all done,” be sure to check out this post.
Every year, we publish a list of “101 Things to Do This Summer” and 2017 was no exception (aside from the fact that we did 103 things this past year). Sometimes we can get help with homeschooling in the form of fresh activities for our children to do when we’re not actively teaching. If you could use some new ideas to alleviate boredom for your children, definitely check out this post.
Nearly all homeschooling moms have had moments where they just don’t feel like homeschooling anymore. If you can relate, be sure to take a few minutes to read this post. In it, one of our guest bloggers shares several tips to help you keep plugging away.
Do you feel like there’s just not enough time in the day to homeschool and tend to regular household tasks? In this post, we provide some help with homeschooling by giving ideas on how to incorporate learning into your everyday moments.
Sometimes, our best laid plans for maintaining an organized schedule seem to fall apart by the middle of the year. In this post, we give you some wonderful ideas on how to keep your schedule together – especially if you feel like it breaks down mid-year.
Tasha is a homeschooling mom to 5 and has been homeschooling for 14 years. Currently, her children's ages span from toddler to young adult. Tasha has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Social Sciences from Florida State University and is working on her MBA through SNHU/Berklee School of Music.