#HOMESCHOOL READING

Post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements, but few surpass the triumph of when your child first learns to read. Do…


This post is written and sponsored by R. Kali Woodward, Founder, FUNetix Learning to read is a rite of passage and a basic requirement for good citizenship and good jobs. Unfortunately, too…


This post is sponsored by The Learning Bar. The first stage of becoming a reader usually begins in kindergarten or grade 1. This is when children learn the relationships between letters and…


This post is sponsored by Kumon. Homeschooling your children is probably a decision that didn’t come without consideration. When it was time to decide on a curriculum, you likely conducted…


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.…


Guest post by Katie Glennon It's summertime, the season of vacations and activities outdoors and in the sun! But that doesn't mean activities like reading books have to stop. Kids who don't…


Learning a foreign language can enrich and expand a person’s life, and what better time to begin learning than when you are still young?  Maybe Spanish class wasn’t your all-time favorite…


Few mental images can create a feeling of warmth and love as much as a parent reading to his or her child before bedtime. As your children grow, both you and your children can easily make the…