By John Mason The lens that we use to view today’s world matters. Every human being alive today has a set of lenses they are using to filter what they are seeing and define [...]
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Want to include good citizenship in your homeschool? Teaching children about voting is both impactful and very simple when you start young.
By Kim Sorgius Being a single mom or dad is tough. I get it. But single-parent homeschooling? That’s impossible, right? Not so fast. You can be a single parent and still homeschool successfully. By using [...]
Preparing for the Year Ahead Contributors: Kay Orr, Kristi Keating, Paul Terrell, Donna Schillinger I love the beginning of the school year, don’t you? It feels like spring in the fall, it’s a time when [...]
THSC is committed to the homeschooling success of families with special needs. That’s why we have developed a number of special education support resources especially for your family!
How do I teach the five basic homeschool subjects required in Texas when my child has a special learning need?
Okay … let’s take a couple of steps back; this doesn’t need to get ugly; both homeschooling and public school have their pros and cons. One of the great things about America is the freedom to choose from a variety of educational choices.
The path to college for homeschool students requires a little more preparation than your average road trip. Ideally, the journey starts in junior high by taking advanced math, science and language arts. Also essential are good grades beginning in ninth grade. In junior year, it’s time to put it into high gear and pay attention to the road ahead. Whether college is a familiar destination or completely unchartered territory for your family, here are 30 road signs that point the way to college for homeschool students.
Ubiquitous digital screens are a defining feature of our era. Movies, television, desktops, laptops, pads and tablets, cell phones, readers and gaming devices … many of us spend hours a day in front of a glowing blue screen. We work, play and depend on them for socialization and relaxation. The total amount of screen time for kids each day—an average of 6.5 hours—has more than doubled in the last 20 years.