#LANGUAGE ARTS

Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Anxiety and avoidance of writing are common for students (and even for many adults). Students returning from break may be even more reluctant to start writing…


Homeschooling Your Kids? Join us as we take a look at Top Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching Writing Skills. It’s natural for parents who homeschool their kids to worry about teaching them…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Get your writing tools ready, because November is NaNoWriMo! If you’re feeling a bit baffled right now, you’re not alone. “NaNoWriMo” is a fun way to…


Enter to Win your own signed copy of Britfield & the Lost Crown!  (perfect for summer reading!) In our latest Homeschooling & Loving It podcast, we had the pleasure of chatting with…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com The English language is complex, no doubt about it. Hidden among the thousands of common words we use every day, lurk some of the most troublesome. There are…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Welcome, winter! Ah, chilly days and snowflakes, hot chocolate and good books, and a warm fire dancing in the hearth… Winter is a wonderful time to get creative…


I could have never dreamt that there were such goings-on in the world between the covers of books, such sandstorms and ice blasts of words.                                                        Dylan…


Research papers, classic literature, critiques, essay writing, grammar, and college prep vocabulary are all part of a high school language arts course of study.  At its core, it’s very…


Has your homeschooling stopped dead in its tracks this summer? As one homeschool mom to another - don’t let it! Do something - even if you’re just reading and doing unit studies. Unit studies…


Guest post written by Grace Carter Writing an essay is a good way for your child to think about a subject and develop a solid understanding of it. It also helps develop good writing skills…