Starting a family book club is a great way to encourage and inspire reading with children of all ages. This article shares tips for getting started right away!
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Do you have a high schooler with college looming in his or her future? Our guide is here to help you as you navigate these college entrance exams and prepare your high school homeschooler!
One way to get your kids to write in the summer is through journaling, just writing for a short amount of time every day. Here's how!
Helping your children build good character? These books that teach character traits are an excellent resource for homeschool character training!
Interested in hearing how other homeschoolers make it work? Join Sarah as she shares her homeschooling story.
One of our favorite homeschooling methods is the unit study method! This method is a mastery-based approach that incorporates multiple subject areas around a central theme or topic. What are Unit Studies? Simply put, unit studies are time-based overviews of a specific topic that bring together multiple subject areas into one study plan. These units […]
Consider the options that become available when you combine the freedom of summer with the self-direction of online learning. The opportunities are fairly endless!
Summertime learning loss is a big issue with traditional summer breaks, and one which homeschooling during the summer can solve!
Your homeschooler is now a senior and the year is ending soon. Need ideas for planning a graduation and making it special for them? Read more for inspiration!
A special homeschool mentor… our very own Jamie Gaddy. Jamie is the host and editor of Homeschool.com. Jamie has had the privilege to be an influential member of the educational community through the development of college-level distance learning programs as well as training teachers that serve on mission fields around the world, but her shining […]