#LANGUAGE ARTS

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…


Does the thought of homeschooling language arts make you cringe? For many parents, this is the one subject they either excel at or despise. It’s so all-encompassing which means it’s important…


Guest post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements, but few surpass the triumph of when your child first learns to read.…


Guest post sponsored by Time4Writing.com You know that feeling where you turn around twice, and your infant is suddenly walking and talking? Then you turn around again a couple times, and…


Did you know that the U.S is the only country (out of 30) where the current generation is less educated than the previous generation? Literacy rates are down, and this fact has a huge impact…


  Few mental images can create a feeling of warmth and love as a parent reading to his or her child before bedtime. As your children grow, both you and your children can easily make the…