#HOMESCHOOL RESOURCES

(How Visual Aids and Visual Arts Help when Teaching Science) Written by John Hofland Our high school chemistry teacher, Mrs. Harms, didn’t merely teach chemistry. She WAS chemistry. As she…


Borax Crystals in 4 Easy Steps (This is just one of the MANY FASCINATING and FUN e-articles from Homeschool.com's latest e-Magazine, entitled Science Anyone?) My kids love hands on science…


Ever been bitten by the creative "DIY bug"? When this bug strikes, it's bittersweet. On the one hand, it means WORK! On the other hand, you'll probably enjoy the process and will certainly enjoy…


    Do you have a little geologist? My kids are fascinated by rocks. They have jars and containers full of them. We recently moved into a house with a very nice backyard. In…


So, there you are with your little four-year-old you’ve decided to homeschool.  There are multiple schools of thought out there on how much “school” should actually be happening in…


Did you know that many amusement parks offer what they call "Homeschool Days"? Combined with lessons on amusement park physics, this can be a mostly educational family activity. As your children…


JULY 30, 2010

Kids Love Bugs!

Let's face it: many kids just plain LOVE bugs! Whether they're lightning bugs, furry caterpillars, banana slugs, or potato bugs, they love them! As homeschoolers, we're always looking to capitalize…


Reprinted with permission from Let'sHomeschoolHighSchool.com Is your high school student wavering about their career ideas for the future? At this age, the possibilities abound for a very…