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Learn to Homeschool Like a Veteran

This post is by Kerry, a homeschooling mother of two, and is from our contributing sponsor Time4Learning. Long-Time Homeschoolers Teach You How to Homeschool Like a Pro What if you could get your hands on a book that gave you the inside scoop on homeschooling? What if, instead of floundering around wondering if you’re doing anything […]


3 Reasons to Homeschool During Each Stage of Childhood

This is a guest blog post from Sonlight. Regardless of your children’s ages, you probably have overarching reasons to homeschool: teaching your faith to your kids, freedom to travel, meeting special learning needs, etc. But today I’d love to offer some specific reasons to homeschool at the various stages along the way. Whether your oldest […]


2017 Gift Guide: Top Educational Gifts

https://www.homeschool.com/articles/giftguide17/ Before you know it you'll be looking up stuffing recipes and making Chanukah and Christmas lists. To help you with the latter, we've created our annual Gift Guide.  We've included wonderful products you might want to share with your family and friends – or use yourself to begin the new year with a bang. [...]


Dyscalculia?

Everything You Need to Know About Dyscalculia is a guest blog post written by Naomi Webb.


Our Homeschool Journey with Dyslexia

Our Homeschool Journey with Dyslexia (and why I wrote the book Homeschooling Children with Dyslexia) This is a guest blog post written by Valerie Arredondo.   When I first started homeschooling, I felt pretty confident about teaching my kids to read.  After all, before I had children, my primary job had been teaching children with […]


4 Types of Consistent Practice to Help Your Student Become a Better Writer

4 Types of Consistent Practice to Help Your Student Become a Better Writer This is a guest blog post written by Beth Ellen Nash, which she has adapted from her Amazon #1 best-selling book, Dyslexia Outside-the-Box.   In addition to explicitly teaching traits of good writing and the writing process to students, (see article on […]


Wander Joy Vacation Advisory

Samantha Joy Blair, the owner of Wander Joy Vacation Advisory contacted me about her vacation services.  She says quite a few homeschoolers use her services. Samantha states that Wander Joy aims to accomplish 3 main goals: #1 Create itineraries that are uniquely personalized to our clients, creative and one-of-a-kind. There will never be two itineraries […]


Why Learn Web Design?

Why Learn Web Design? is a guest blog post written by Chris Yust, from Homeschool Programming, Inc.