https://www.homeschool.com/advisors/gardener/ Frequently Asked Questions About Christian Homeschooling with Ellen Ward Gardner With an extensive background in teaching, Ellen speaks with understanding to parents and educators. Her background includes; developing curriculum, researching learning styles, administering Life In America Schools and 13 years as a home educator. She is a certified learning styles consultant and is [...]
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Excerpts from our new book “How to Avoid Summer Slide by Creating a Season of Wonder, Discovery and Fun!” by Rebecca Kochenderfer. 1. The Advantages of Summer Learning What is Summertime Learning? Let’s begin with what summertime learning is not. Summer learning is not the same as school year learning. Summer vacation is a wonderful [...]
Homeschool.com's Top 100 Web Sites The websites listed below represent some of the best educational sites on the Internet today. Homeschool.com based the selection on the following criteria: - Is the site educational? - Is the site well organized and easy to use? - Does the site make good use of the latest Internet technology? [...]
Frequently Asked Questions About Homeschooling Young Children with Linda Dobson Linda Dobson is the author of several popular homeschooling books, including: "Homeschooling: The Early Years - Your Complete Guide to Successfully Homeschooling the 3- to 8-Year-Old Child (Prima, 1999). She is also the Early Years columnist for Home Education Magazine. Frequently Asked Questions At [...]
Frequently Asked Questions About Christian Homeschooling with Ellen Ward Gardner With an extensive background in teaching, Ellen speaks with understanding to parents and educators. Her background includes; developing curriculum, researching learning styles, administering Life In America Schools and 13 years as a home educator. She is a certified learning styles consultant and is best [...]
Frequently Asked Questions About Unschooling High School and College with Alison Mckee Alison McKee began unschooling her two children over twenty years ago and from their family's experiences wrote the book "From Homeschool to College and Work: Turning Your Homeschooled Experiences into College and Job Portfolios." She has written numerous articles on homeschooling which [...]
Has the new year inspired you toward homeschool greatness? Or has winter break left you hanging? Perhaps you just need a new dose of inspiration to get you motivated.
With the holiday season upon us, you’ll probably find yourself doing more holiday crafts than usual. That’s because holiday crafts aren’t just for the “fun” of being crafty; they’re also very practical in terms of making DIY holiday decor, gift wrap, and even fun treats. This holiday season, gather the kids around the table and […]
This year, give your kids the gift of an astounding education! You can easily do this by providing them with toys and gifts that will support your educational goals. This gift guide has collected the best of the best in an effort to help you make the best choices possible. Elementary Gift Guide: Mark-My-Time/Reading Time […]
Is your curriculum more a headache than a learning tool? Then it just might be time for a homeschool curriculum change!