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Maximizing Your Child’s Math Skills

Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Strong math skills are crucial in the emerging job market. It’s no coincidence that educators and business professionals focus on the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) when they’re discussing the need for future qualified employees in what is now labeled the “Information Age.” And at the core of […]


Wings to Soar Homeschool Product Review

Wings to Soar Product Review SUMMARY Grades: K-12 Subjects: All Category: Non-Religious  Format: Online Price: Packages are custom via an assessment. Visit the Wings to Soar website here. How to Use Wings to Soar Wings to Soar helps special needs students see the flip-side strengths that often go along with their different brain wiring. Founded […]


Top 100 Educational Resources & Websites for 2019

We are so excited – cue the drum roll please – this year’s Top 100 Homeschooling Educational Websites and Resources is here! You may wonder what the big deal is… well, it’s simple really! Homeschoolers spend a lot of time looking for a good curriculum that will fit their specific needs, and with all the […]


Meet Our 2019 Virtual Homeschool Conference Speakers!

Are you as excited about the upcoming Mid-Year Switch Virtual Conference as we are? Sometimes, it’s hard to get into something without knowing who or what will be there. We’ve put together this blog post to highlight our speakers and what they plan to bring to you! Patrick Farenga Patrick Farenga brings with him over […]


Don’t Forget Your Homeschool Goals!

First Things First! Start with WHY? Think about the different learning styles that work best for each of your individual students and the style of homeschooling that works for your family. What are the reasons you are homeschooling? What is the motivation for your homeschooling? Why does homeschooling appeal to you? Then consider the HOW? […]


Famous Writers Who Were Homeschooled

Sponsored post from Time4Learning.com. This quote from Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken” could be viewed as a brief summation of his educational experience:         “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” The educational road most traveled is through traditional […]


Homeschooling a Child With Sensory Processing Disorder

Sometimes a nugget of wisdom punches you in the gut and completely changes your perspective. For me, it was reading a wise mother’s realization that her child – in the throes of an epic meltdown – wasn’t giving her a hard time. The child was having a hard time. That small distinction makes a world […]


Back to Homeschool Awards: Congrats to our Winners!

After an exciting process of nomination and voting by our amazing homeschool community – we are thrilled to announce our Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards! We’ve pulled together the best of the best homeschool resources and you’ve chosen your favorites. Full Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards list Congrats to our 2018 Back to Homeschool Awards […]


Top 100 Educational Websites of 2018!

We asked and you voted! We gave you the categories and you told us who your top 100 favorite homeschool curriculum providers were in each category. Thank you so much for participating! Below, you’ll find the results of YOUR votes. Be sure to check out any that interest you! Great Places to Purchase Homeschool Curriculum […]


FAQ About Homeschooling Reading

Frequently Asked Questions About Reading Advisor with Amy Pedigo Amy Pedigo has the best experiences of two worlds: extensive face-to-face child and adult reading interaction and technology implementation for learning environments. As a Clinical Director for Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, Amy gained extensive field experience as she set up reading centers across the United States. Her work [...]