Q&A with author Susan Wise Bauer, whose bestselling resource The Well-Trained Mind came out with its Fourth Edition this August!
Homeschool Academics in Numbers is a guest blog post written by Mike Hanski.
Over the last month, Homeschool.com staff have researched different homeschooling products, curriculum, websites, and fun books, to come up with Homeschool.com's Top Back to Homeschool Resources. Please take a moment to review the chosen companies (listed alphabetically below)—as they've been named the best of the best!
Organization Station June 2016, Issue 1 I Can't Homeschool in This Mess! by Homeschool.com's Rebecca Kochenderfer "This place is a wreck!" Have you heard yourself saying something similar lately? Did it make you feel like you couldn't possibly homeschool until the house was spotless? Many parents feel like clutter around them clutters their [...]
5 Educational Benefits of Minecraft is a guest blog post written by James Knutila.
Telling parents of a homeschooled teen that they need to prepare a high school transcript can be equivalent to yelling, “Fire!” in a movie theater – panic ensues. While a high school transcript may be a necessity, it is not impossible and can be quite easy if you keep good records as your child progresses. […]
During the last two weeks, Homeschool.com readers have voted for their Top Back to Homeschool Resources. These include products, curriculum, and websites. Please take a moment to review the winning companies—as they've been named the best of the best!
Homeschooling and College Admissions – a survey for homeschoolers AND for colleges! Genius!! My husband and I made the decision to homeschool our two sons in the middle of their 1st and 4th-grade years. It was the end of January, the testing season was about to begin again, and we decided enough was enough – […]
Homeschool.com's 2014 Gift Guide: Top Educational Gifts have been chosen by Homeschool.com staff, and by our many Homeschool.com Product Testers. Thank you everyone for all of your input!
Math is the least liked subject for many homeschool parents and children. It can be scary, boring and frustrating. But math doesn’t have to be any of these things. Research has shown that children learn best and better understand what they are learning about when they can make connections with previous learning or with […]