#HOMESCHOOLING

Our little family has officially been traveling the world for a full year now. Due to covid, we have had a whole lot of obstacles traveling over the last 12 months. Nothing we originally had…


Guest post by Jody Token. Three “no-contact” self-defense tips to protect your children from germs, bullies, and germy bullies. Long before COVID-19 and “social distancing” was…


Sometimes we take for granted that our little ones are oblivious of what is going on in the world. We think they are happy in their own little world. But I just want to ask you, how is your child's…


Guest post by Sam Bowman. The choice to homeschool your children is usually something both parents decide together. But, when you’re going through a divorce, you may find yourself at a crossroads…


Before COVID-19 became a reality in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, 8-year-old Noah attended a brick-and-mortar school, was a straight-A student, and was enrolled in the gifted program.…


Meg Phillips, award winning technology developer homeschooling since 2020. Making the most of internet technology in your homeschool starts with a basic understanding of the underlying systems…


This post sponsored by Superprof It used to be fun for us to watch a zombie apocalypse show or some sort of disaster film like Sea Fever or The Aeronauts, perhaps shouting at the screen when…


Basic high school education is important. Classes like math and English, science, and nutrition all help to create well-rounded students. They can also pave the way for successful higher education…


Sponsored by Laurel Springs School. For some parents, taking on the responsibility of schooling outside of the classroom walls is uncharted territory, and it is not a natural process for everyone. How…


Guest post by Heidi Rosenberg Staying indoors has been a common phrase this year, a.k.a. quarantine. We all have had our fair share of time at home, so much so, that we are craving the outdoors.…