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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…


If you’re looking for a fun and educational way to bridge the summer learning gap, or even inspire reading this fall consider starting a family book club. This unique tradition is one that…


This post sponsored by Laurel Springs School. Many homeschoolers choose multi-subject curriculum options for their homeschooling needs.  These all-in-one curriculum packages are usually a…


It’s beginning to look at LOT like Christmas here at Homeschool.com! We’re gearing up for favorite holiday festivities, traditions, and cozy nights. This is certainly a time of year to have…


I know it's so difficult to find the right homeschool curriculum each year. For some of us, that can be elusive while others have one curriculum that seems to work for almost all their kiddos.…


This post has been sponsored by Classical Academic Press and Time4Learning.com We've all been there before - standing at the entrance to a homeschool convention exhibitors hall with the hundreds…


In previous posts, we brought you lists of wholesome books for Early Elementary and Elementary lists. This time we're heading to focus on our middle school students! (For a printable version…


This post sponsored by Girls Can! Crate. Click to print the Women's History Printable Pack.


Science fair season is fast approaching - are you ready for it? For some families, the science fair is the highlight event of the year! The opportunity to conduct really cool experiments, show…


Should your homeschooling student participate in end-of-year testing?  Depending on the state you live in, you may or may not have a choice; some states require assessment tests for homeschoolers.…