#BEGINNING TO HOMESCHOOL

Sponsored post by AOP Not that long ago, homeschooling was considered unpopular, but today, thanks in large part to the coronavirus shutting down our nation’s schools, homeschooling has…


This is a guest contributed post. As of 2012, about 3.4% of children in America were homeschooled. As a parent, you know just how challenging and rewarding homeschooling your child can be.…


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Making the decision to homeschool is a big commitment. It takes time, money, and sacrifice.  What if due to circumstances you must homeschool but are not able to homeschool your children yourself?…


No matter how many baby books you read, no matter how many parenting classes you may take, no matter how prepared you think you are, nothing can really get you ready for the challenges of raising…


Whether it’s because of the nature of your work or due to a global pandemic that forces everyone to stay at home, homeschooling is a legitimate way of providing your child with the education…


Wondering if you're cutting it? Doubting your ability as a homeschool parent? Test yourself with these 5 Proofs that really do "prove" you're a GREAT homeschooler! Whether you’re new to…


 “How does homeschooling work? Will it do more harm or good to my kid?”, every parent asks these questions. Besides, there are some misconceptions about homeschooling. Whether you've always…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com  Running to the store for essentials, cleaning everything, keeping your family fed and happy, getting work done, trying to stay on top of life in general,…


Have you ever wondered what the homeschooled child thinks about homeschooling?  Understandably, most of the information out there on homeschooling is focused on the parents’ perspective. …