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Special Needs and Homeschooling – 8 Benefits

Visit the Special Needs Section of Homeschool.com Special Needs Students – The Advantages of Homeschooling While every child is special and has specific needs, some students learn differently than others. Students with special needs may have learning delays or behavior challenges, or they may work on a level that is different from their peers. We […]


Teaching Special Education

Curriculum ResourcesSpecial Education Toolbox Teaching Special EducationEncouragement for Special Needs Families Teaching Math to the Child with Autism If you’re getting ready to teach math to a student with autism, you’ll soon discover that there will be a lot of exciting, a-ha moments, as well as a few challenges along the way. However, employing specific […]


YES I CAN – ANOTHER BENEFIT OF SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

Summer enrichment is traditionally considered to be a great way to expose students to new or more advanced areas of learning during the long summer vacation break. No argument there. But the right kind of summer enrichment program can play another significant role in a student’s academic success and that is in helping prevent summer […]


Frequently Asked Questions About Christian Homeshcooling – Your Homeschooling Advisors – Homeschool.com – The #1 Homeschooling Community

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 [...]


How To Homeschool Using the Classical Homeschooling Approach

Homeschooling Approaches Classical Homeschooling The "classical" method began in the Middle Ages and was the approach used by some of the greatest minds in history. The goal of the classical approach is to teach people how to learn for themselves. The five tools of learning, known as the Trivium, are reason, record, research, relate, and [...]


Frequently Asked Questions About Christian Homeshcooling – Your Homeschooling Advisors

   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 [...]


High School Homeschooling FAQ

While still firmly committed to the idea of homeschooling and the choices it provides, many parents begin to second guess their decision as their child approaches the high school age. Some believe they are not qualified to teach the challenging subject matter, others worry that their child will have difficulty being accepted into a college without a traditional high school diploma, and still others worry that high school is a key time for youth to begin to socialize with other young adults in a formalized setting.


2017 Back To Homeschool Awards!

As homeschoolers, we're always looking for super curriculum, great courses, supplemental material, and more - especially during the Back to Homeschool season. So, Homeschool.com staffers researched different homeschooling products, curriculum, and websites, to come up with our Back to Homeschool Awards list.


Understanding Learning Styles

Learning styles or even learning preferences addressed in the right way can make or break your homeschool. Read on to find out more.


6 Ways Online Learning Makes Study More Interesting for Children

6 Ways Online Learning Makes Study More Interesting for Children There’s no denying the fact that everyone approaches studies differently. Some kids dive into their books with enthusiasm while others avoid them. It all boils down to building interest in studying, rather than treating it as a chore or burden. Online learning has been making […]