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JULY 7, 2022

Take Homeschooling on the Road This Summer

With summer just about in full swing, you’re likely already considering spending a little time away from home. As a homeschooling parent, you’re not necessarily bound by the structures of…

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JULY 6, 2022

Skip the Boredom, Keep Kids Engaged This Summer

Post Sponsored by Welcome Home Learning  School is out and another steamy summer has arrived. After two restless years of pandemic-induced isolation, it’s time to get outside and do something.…

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JULY 4, 2022

How to Teach A Toddler to Read

Wondering how to teach a toddler to read at home? How to teach a 2-year-old to read? Start by reading to your child every day. Teach them that books have meaning, are important, and most of…

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JULY 1, 2022

July Free Homeschool Printables

June has come and gone, and summer is in full swing! Whether you're traveling this summer or staying close to home, we hope you're enjoying this time with your family. We wanted this month's…

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JUNE 29, 2022

The Best Notebooking Ideas for Your Homeschool

Post sponsored by Daily Skill Building Homeschool notebooking is a unique method of homeschooling that encourages students to work independently. Through written narration, drawing, and sketching,…

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JUNE 26, 2022

Teaching Homeschool High School Science & Labs

Before I became The HomeScholar and before I even began homeschooling, I was a nurse. I loved Biology and Chemistry and loved being a nurse.  This is one homeschooling mom who loves science! …

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JUNE 24, 2022

Summer Homeschooling Children With Special Needs

Sponsored post by Time4Learning The challenges you face with your children with special needs don’t go away just because it’s summer. You may even feel more challenged during these months…

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JUNE 23, 2022

Homeschooling Twice-Exceptional Students

Post sponsored by Boluo School I was 38 when I learned there was a term for what I am.  I always thought that term was, “smart, but bad at math.” As it turns out, the term for what I…

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JUNE 16, 2022

Juneteenth Freedom Day

Are you familiar with Juneteenth? Do you know what it is or why it is celebrated? If not, let's have a little history lesson together! It's a national holiday definitely worth including in your…

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JUNE 13, 2022

What is Dyscalculia?

You may have heard of dyslexia (difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols) and dyspraxia (a condition affecting physical coordination), but have you heard…

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