#SUMMER HOMESCHOOLING

Guest post by Kimberly Smith. Every summer, I am faced with this dilemma. Often throughout the years, I have had great intentions of keeping my children's skills moving forward, but after…


One way to get your kids to write, and actually enjoy it, is through journaling, just writing for a short amount of time every day. If done well, kids may not even realize that you’re trying…


We homeschool with state requirements of 180 days of instruction for the school year. So, every May or June when we get to the 180th day, we celebrate with loud renditions of “School’s out…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com Imagine you are a third-grader, living your whole life in a high-rise apartment building in New York City.  For school, you are asked to read Charlotte’s…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com “To break or not to break….  That is the question.”  As we approach the summer months, and our thoughts turn to outside activities and relaxation,…


Summer is near even though it feels like spring barely began! Many of our homeschooling programs and curricula are drawing to a close. With summer break almost upon us, are the impending endless…


Are you ready for a fun-filled summer of learning? Hang on, WHAT? You’re probably thinking summer is for relaxing and recharging. And you’re right, but adding a few minutes of learning each…


[caption id="attachment_4772" align="alignright" width="281"] Identifying leaves on a nature scavenger hunt for the Georgia Junior Ranger program.[/caption] The Junior Ranger Program.  Really,…