#HOMESCHOOL HELP

When you started homeschooling did you imagine the perfect learning scenario? One where all your children wake up and start working on their homeschool lessons without being told? A homeschool…


Guest Post by Gabriel Morse This is part 2 in a series on Learning from Failure. Read part 1 here. Now I know it can be considered poor form to discuss failure, especially in homeschooling…


I love a new school year! I love having a chance to reminisce...to look over the past year and pull out the precious memories, the keepsakes... and treasure them! But that also includes your…


Men, if any of you are reading this (blink! blink! blink!), I am writing this of my own free will without any coercion from the wonderful wife and homeschool teacher who teaches our children.…


Are you wondering how to get your children to listen?   “Am I not being clear?!” “Are you hard of hearing?” “Why won’t you listen to me?” "Can you shut it for a second…


Despite perhaps what most of our children believe, learning can be fun! Furthermore, a lot of students tend to learn better by doing, rather than seeing, hearing, and taking notes, particularly…


Picture this: you’re sitting at your dining room table, somewhat uncomfortably propped against your hardback chair, favorite pen in hand...with the empty pages of your homeschool planner spread…


“Close your books and clear your desks - pop quiz!” How many times did you hear that when you were in school? Did those words make you cringe? If so, you may have bad memories of quizzes…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning. After ringing in the new year and celebrating the holidays, you may feel a bit energized and ready for the best year yet! But before you start, sit back…


Cyberbullying is on the rise! In part one of our series on cyberbullying, we discussed exactly what cyberbullying is and how to identify it. While that information is surely helpful, you also…