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Learning survival skills is a great way to take your homeschool outdoors and add an element of excitement to skills that are truly practical, like knot tying. And who knows, but someday they might even save a life!
Homeschooling any student comes with its own set of challenges, and special needs students are no exception. However, homeschooling can benefit a special needs student like nothing else can.
Regardless of musical talent or background, any homeschool parent can incorporate music appreciation into home education.
Homeschool music lessons can be found in "The Sound of Music" musical with Julie Andrews. Read these three tips for building home school music exercises.
The future of homeschooling centers on STEM education. Find out how to build your program around the latest education resources.
Learning through play and other dynamic activities develop reading and writing skills and will make all the difference for a student’s academic skills.
Homeschooling parents can take advantage of educational opportunities involving drones and find unique ways to introduce science, math, creativity and more.
Teaching good citizenship to your homeschool student is more than educating them on political process and American traditions. To foster an enduring sense of ownership over country, state and community, it’s important to develop character qualities and the mindset of a good citizen.