#HOMESCHOOL ADVICE

Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg More families around the world are slowly embracing the homeschooling life. The pandemic showed many parents that it’s possible and a better option than a traditional…


Guest Post by Heidi Rosenberg For most parents that have had to homeschool and work from home, it is a challenging and stressful ride. Imagine that the parent recently lost his or her job…


If you’re reading this post right now, my guess is that you’re either overwhelmed by working full-time while homeschooling or worried that you will be in the future. Whether you’re juggling…


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…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg The internet has done a lot of good things for humanity but it has also caused quite some harm and some children who love to be online have not been exceptions.…


Post sponsored by Time4Learning. With four children, including a newborn, and a busy work schedule that started at 5:00 a.m. and ended late into the night, New York City resident, Shantasia,…


Guest post by Stephanie Wilkins When homeschooling, we get to see the good, the bad, and the ugly rise and fall of our young children’s emotions throughout the day.  When kids are stressed,…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. Like any other parent, Sarah Murphy wants her kids to be happy and successful, and she believes education is the key to achieving these goals. However,…


This post is sponsored by Quarto Classroom. There is a very distinct window for kids to develop key social and emotional learning skills, such as learning to make friends, acting selflessly,…


With a new school year beginning and social stress on the rise, it’s important that we set the atmosphere for our kids to not only thrive academically and physically but also mentally.  We…