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Has your homeschool motivation dropped to zero? Do something - even if you’re just reading and doing unit studies. Unit studies are often so much fun, your students may actually enjoy learning…


Guest post by Kimberly Smith. The other day I was looking over my homeschool emails and saw a post about not putting too much pressure on writing. It was not about handwriting, but about writing…


  Welcome to the new year! It’s January and a traditional time for a fresh start. Maybe you’re thinking of changing from a curriculum that isn’t working out to one that better…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing.com With the weather warming up, your kids are probably getting antsy as they look forward to spending more time outdoors. Whether they enjoy exercising…


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, and just maintaining your sanity on any…


This post is sponsored by Time4Writing.com The time of year for writing assessments is quickly approaching! What does that mean? For many homeschool parents, it’s time to assess their child’s…


  At the beginning of every school year, it’s a great idea to create writing milestones for your children. You can start as early as elementary school; and update the list of milestones…


Do you have a preschooler and wondering if your little one is ready to start reading? Looking for signs of reading readiness during the preschool years is a common hobby with homeschool moms.…


Sponsored by Preply Have you ever considered teaching English to children? Educating kids is truly a privilege. You’ll be influencing them at a time in their lives when they soak up knowledge…


  Ahhh, welcome summer! Summer means vacation time for most students; but the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer don’t have to mean that the hard-earned writing skills your students developed…