It’s tempting to start comparing your homeschool to other homeschoolers you see online. Curb the homeschool comparisons with these tips.
Building a child’s word bank takes intentional actions and the understanding that vocabulary learning is an important part of their development.
Homeschool bulletin boards can inspire, inform, and enliven your homeschool. Here are 8 ideas for bulletin boards for homeschool.
One of the most important things you can do during the back-to-school season is figure out how to save money on school supplies!
With so many (SO MANY!) homeschool curriculums to choose from, it can be challenging to know which ones are going to work best for you and your family.
Thinking about starting to homeschool can be daunting. Take some of the stress out of your plans with this list of action items.
Having children of different ages while homeschooling can be tricky. Check out our best tips and tricks for homeschooling multiple ages.
You want to raise your kids to be creative and solve problems. How do you do that? It’s easier than you think! Here are some tips!
Reading isn’t just for the eyes. Learn about ear reading and its multitude of benefits, especially for those with dyslexia.
Create lifelong learners by bringing self-directed learning into your homeschool. Keep reading to learn how to embrace interest-led learning.
We all could use some strategies for engaging children every now and then. Here are some fresh ideas to help with your homeschooling lull.
Homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive. Finding a used homeschool curriculum is a bit easier with these tips.
Your homeschooled student is graduating–it’s time to celebrate! But where? Check out these ideas for homeschool graduation location ideas. Homeschool Graduation Ceremony Ideas When planning a graduation ceremony, the first …