Herb Gardening – Getting Started This is a guest blog post from Sproutabl.com One of the great things about herb gardening is that you’re able to grow varieties that can be difficult to find in a grocery store or even at the farmer’s market. Photo by Robyn Jay licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. There are a […]
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A Healthy Diet Makes for Better Reading Skills Originally printed on https://blog.acereader.com/ If you’re a child between 6 and 8 and are learning to read, a healthy diet may be a key to greater reading success according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland tracked children’s reading progress from grades […]
Using Technology To Encourage Writing is a guest blog post written by Brenda Berg.
Touch Typing - A Crucial Part of Any Curriculum - and Typing-Fingers.com Offers a FREE Typing App!
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!
Just can't homeschool when the house is a mess? No worries our tips and tricks will have your homeschool organized before your know it. Read on for more info.
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 […]