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FEBRUARY 3, 2021

How to Help Your Child with Depression Succeed in School

Guest post by Sam Bowman. We all know that homeschool can be a challenging environment for kids. They’re attempting to engage academically while navigating the difficulties of personal growth…

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FEBRUARY 1, 2021

Teaching the Difference Between Critical and Non-Critical Information

Guest post by Kath Denholm. Do you ever have trouble getting through to your child? Have you ever thought that he ignores all the vital information but remembers the trivial stuff? You are…

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JANUARY 30, 2021

Tips for Using the Internet in Your Homeschool: Part 1

Meg Phillips, award winning technology developer homeschooling since 2020. Making the most of internet technology in your homeschool starts with a basic understanding of the underlying systems…

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JANUARY 29, 2021

Teaching Yourself a New Skill During the Pandemic

This post sponsored by Superprof It used to be fun for us to watch a zombie apocalypse show or some sort of disaster film like Sea Fever or The Aeronauts, perhaps shouting at the screen when…

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JANUARY 28, 2021

Jumpstarting Your Homeschool

Sponsored by Time4Learning. It’s a new year and homeschooling season is once again in full swing. But are you prepared? When I first started homeschooling, the annual post-holiday time was…

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JANUARY 27, 2021

Homeschooling and Loving the Middle School Years

Guest post shared by Kimberly, homeschool mom of four. Are you dealing with a middle school learner this year? Sometimes middle school can be tricky. But, as I think back to the middle school…

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JANUARY 26, 2021

How to Choose the Best Writing Curriculum

This post is sponsored by Welcome to the new year! It’s January and a traditional time for a fresh start. Maybe you’re thinking of changing from a curriculum that isn’t…

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JANUARY 20, 2021

Winter Science Activities for Kids

Along with the shorter days of winter brings amazing opportunities for science exploration and fun. Listed below are activities for all ages (even some for mom or dad!) along with some ideas…

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JANUARY 18, 2021

Encouraging BOLDness

According to the U.S. Department of Education, over 1.5 million students were homeschooled in 2007. I was one of those numbers for my elementary education. During my homeschooled years, I did…

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JANUARY 14, 2021

Homeschool Lapbook Tips for Anytime of the Year

What Is a Homeschool Lapbook? A lapbook is like an educational scrapbook. Some people also consider homeschool lapbooking similar to homeschool notebooking. Think of it as a way of capturing…

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