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Guest post by Erin Woiteshek I quit. That's right.  I quit.  I quit my job.  To homeschool.  The kicker......I quit my job teaching.  Educating other people’s children so that I…


  This is a guest blog post from Laurie Brown of HomeschoolOutfitters.com. After years of watching my son come home from school each day in utter defeat, I realized something had to…


Learning how to properly handle finances is a critical part of the educational process. It can establish a financial foundation that can serve an individual throughout the rest of their lives. When…


What is socialization, anyway? Societies have an interest in making sure the younger generation has the social skills and expectations needed to fit in with and be productive members of the…


Beginning to homeschool can be intimidating - but it doesn't have to be! Find out how the founder of Homeschool.com began her homeshcooling journey!


  At the end of an art lesson, it’s important that students get a chance to reflect on their work. Sometimes this time for reflection is built into the art lesson, and sometimes teacher/parent…


If you’ve homeschooled for any amount of time, you’ve probably had to figure some things out for yourself…things no one ever told you were going to happen during your homeschooling years.…


  Printable Learning Games for Homeschool Families This is a guest blog post from Super Teacher Worksheets Homeschool learning can be exciting and adventurous when you incorporate educational…


4 Simple Ways to Implement Technology in Your Homeschool   In this post, Heather Woodie of Blog, She Wrote introduces four simple ways to introduce technology into your homeschool. She…


This post is by Kerry, a homeschooling mother of two, and is from our contributing sponsor, Time4Learning. Homeschool Curriculum: Contrast and Compare Every homeschool parent, ideally, wants…