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Leadership is a blessing, but it can be difficult. Leading homeschoolers adds to that challenge, because homeschool parents are independent, free-thinking and unafraid to shake things up! What is the best way to go about [...]
Homeschool support groups help families feel connected and provide many options for home educators. Support groups (SGs) may be the formal variety (with meetings and dues), or it may be a few families who get [...]
By JW Weatherman Yes and No. Overwhelmingly yes, because future programmers will come from homeschools that taught computer and technology courses. And no, because your homeschool student can self-teach computer programming skills. Feel free to [...]
By Ruth O’Neil Does your homeschool students’ creative writing seem lifeless? If so, maybe they are “zombie writing.” But don’t leave those lifeless essays for dead! In this article, you’ll learn new methods for bringing [...]
By Chelsea Muzar History can be one of the most difficult subjects to teach. Not because it’s overly complicated, but because it’s massive. The story of humanity is vast, with recorded history spanning over 5,000 [...]
by Frances C. Hansen and Julie Blackmon Homeschooling brings its own set of unique challenges. But when life hits you hard, homeschooling is even tougher. Are you in a dark place, wondering if homeschooling is [...]
Does the thought of keeping homeschool records intimidate you? Many parents get frustrated because they would prefer to have a little more guidance on record keeping, while others are overjoyed at the freedom to set [...]
Flash cards tap into one of the best ways humans learn. Flexible, multi-sensory and free… Here’s why you should be using flashcards in your homeschool.