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OCTOBER 1, 2022

How to Self Study for AP World History: Modern

So you want to self-study for AP World History, but you aren’t sure where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place! The difference between scores of 1s and 5s is in the methods you…

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OCTOBER 1, 2022

Homeschool Help For High School Math

For the average homeschooling parent, teaching high school math can be a bit intimidating. Mention homeschooling the high school maths like Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry and you see their…

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SEPTEMBER 29, 2022

Tips for Organizing Your Homeschool Classroom

Sponsored post from Time4Learning.com As the new homeschool year is underway, you want to ensure your homeschool classroom works for you and your children. After all, this is where most of…

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

Common Misconceptions About Second Language Learning

Post sponsored by Asian Language School Many parents are eager to have their children learn a second language or even a third language. Not surprising given the many benefits associated with…

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SEPTEMBER 22, 2022

Handwriting: An Indispensable Learning Tool

Guest Post by HollyonHandwriting What comes to mind when you hear “handwriting?” No doubt many of you think of cursive instruction or the meticulous script of historical documents. When…

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SEPTEMBER 17, 2022

Constitution Week Study Resources

Happy Constitution Week! Were it not for the rights outlined in the Constitution, you may not even be reading this article. Thanks to those rights, you’re free to read whatever you’d like.  The…

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SEPTEMBER 7, 2022

Remembering 9/11 in Your Homeschool

On September 11, 2001, the world as we knew it changed. That morning, four planes were hijacked by members of an Islamic extremist group known as al Queda, and those planes were used to carry…

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SEPTEMBER 7, 2022

Teaching Basic Computer Skills to Your Homeschooler

Education has changed a lot in the past decade. Digital skills are more important than ever before, and students that aren’t tech-savvy will be left behind by their digitally literate peers. As…

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SEPTEMBER 2, 2022

To Be or Not to Be – Learning From Failure Pt. 2

Guest Post by Gabriel Morse This is part 2 in a series on Learning from Failure. Read part 1 here. Now I know it can be considered poor form to discuss failure, especially in homeschooling…

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SEPTEMBER 1, 2022

September Free Homeschool Printables

Can you believe it's already September, and actually fall? For some of us, it still feels like the middle of summer, but we're longing for the cool crisp mornings, falling leaves, and amazing…

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