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Start Your Homeschool Year Supported

As you start this school year, you might feel like you can't do it alone - and you're probably right. Thankfully you don't have to!

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • September 26, 2014 |
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Homeschool Dads: Going from Principal to Participant

Attention home school dad! Yes, you are the one. The school disciplinarian, the principal, the one who keeps law and order.

How to Bring Reading Into Your Home

Cracking open a book is always exciting, and discovering new books to read is one of the best things about libraries.

Homeschool Home Economics

Why I picked the octopus pillow for my seventh-grade home economics project, I will never know.

3 Easy Steps for Teaching Your Child to Read

Does the thought of teaching your young learner how to read make your heart race? I’ll admit it scared me too.

4 Tips for Homeschooling Pre-schoolers

How do you include preschoolers in your homeschool when you have older children to teach and babies to nurse, change, and hold?

7 Ways to Enjoy What's Left of Summer

Summer is winding down, but most of us still have a few more weeks of summer break. Here are ways to learn and have fun!

How to Cultivate a Lifestyle of Learning

When I first bought the Five In a Row curriculum, little did I realize it would affect my homeschooling, parenting, and even life!

Top 5 Tools for Early Learning

Yes, you can teach your young children without a curriculum. Here are five tools to get you started.

A Peek Inside the Non-Christian Worldview

Many cultures adopt Christian morality. But what happens when the dominant culture is no longer Christian?

3 Simple Steps to Teaching Worldview

As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think

Growing Our Homeschool

Gardening is a mirror of our homeschool journey, both requiring the understanding that small seeds lead to bountiful harvests.

10 Ways to Have a Successful Field Trip with Your Special Needs Student

As a special needs parent, a field trip presents you with challenges many other parents do not think about.

Is It Legal to Homeschool Children Other Than Your Own?

It sounds like a simple question, but unfortunately, the legalities of homeschooling can be a tricky matter.

How to Build a LEGO Robotics Team

Take several homeschooled boys, a pile of LEGO bricks, a robot, and a challenge to solve, and you get a LEGO robotics team!

7 Ways to be the Best Dad in a Crisis!

If you find yourself in charge of everything during a crisis, here are some tips that really helped my family.

Keeping Art Simple and History Alive

For those of us who are not art history majors, teaching art and history simultaneously can be overwhelming.

  • Jennifer L. Padgett |
  • June 06, 2014 |
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How to Create a Nature Journal

When children give attention to drawing they will often notice details about their finds that they wouldn’t have otherwise.

Parents Who Can’t Remember…Teach!

Parents gains quite a bit in common sense, problem solving ability, and how to think fast in a pinch. Believe me—you’re ready!

5 D's of Learning for Gifted, Special Needs, and Average Students

Do, Discover, Dramatize, Dialogue, and Drill are the KONOS 5 Ds of Learning. Read more to see how it works!

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