#HOMESCHOOL TIPS

Part 3 of a three-part series on handwriting Guest post by HollyonHandwriting How often I hear (and have said myself), “I want my kids to love learning!” But what’s a parent (teacher)…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg Education is the best legacy that parents can pass on to their children. However, the value of this legacy depends on the kind of education parents can afford…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Have you ever noticed how contagious enthusiasm can be? You’ve witnessed it before: Parents cheering their children on during sporting events, fans screaming…


One of the biggest concerns parents and students alike often have when it comes to homeschooling is extracurriculars. Your student isn’t going to be on the local public school sports team or…


Understand why homeschool groups need homeschool insurance coverage, what kind of coverage to get, and where to get it. Most homeschool group leaders do not realize they need insurance coverage…


It's news to no one that costs for everything are on the rise these days, causing most of us to reevaluate budgets and cut expenses wherever we can. Unfortunately, some are having to rethink…


Education has changed a lot in the past decade. Digital skills are more important than ever before, and students that aren’t tech-savvy will be left behind by their digitally literate peers. As…


With summer just about in full swing, you’re likely already considering spending a little time away from home. As a homeschooling parent, you’re not necessarily bound by the structures of…


Post Sponsored by Welcome Home Learning  School is out and another steamy summer has arrived. After two restless years of pandemic-induced isolation, it’s time to get outside and do something.…


Guest Post by Heidi Rosenberg For most parents that have had to homeschool and work from home, it is a challenging and stressful ride. Imagine that the parent recently lost his or her job…