How to Homeschool Part I: Find Your Homeschool style

So, you have decided to homeschool. Unless you have been around the homeschooling block a few times or are surrounded by homeschooling friends, you may be wondering, now what? There

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The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 2

Part 2: Socialization Isn’t an Issue for Homeschooled Children In our last post, we discussed what socialization actually means and how it applies to homeschooling. If you have experience with

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The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 1

Part 1: What is socialization in general and pertaining to homeschooling? The “S” word. It’s the one word that utterly exhausts and exasperates every homeschooling parent. Socialization has become the

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Homeschooling vs. School at Home: There Are Major Differences

As you’ve undoubtedly read and heard several times over the past few weeks, more than 55 million students in the United States are now home, with schools shut down from

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Social Distancing Summer Activities

As we continue social distancing throughout the country, there are some signs of light at the end of what’s been a very long, very dark tunnel. While many states are

The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 2

Part 2: Socialization Isn’t an Issue for Homeschooled Children In our last post, we discussed

The “S” Word: Why the Homeschooling Socialization Myth Is Exactly That–Part 1

Part 1: What is socialization in general and pertaining to homeschooling? The “S” word. It’s

Homeschooling vs. School at Home: There Are Major Differences

As you’ve undoubtedly read and heard several times over the past few weeks, more than

Social Distancing Summer Activities

As we continue social distancing throughout the country, there are some signs of light at

5 Tips For Successful Online Homeschooling

If you’re choosing to supplement your homeschooling routine with online learning or researching a fully-online

Everyone Is Home. Is That Such a Bad Thing?

A non-homeschooler’s perspective on sheltering in place We’re nearly a month into self-isolation due to

Social Distancing Stay-cation and Summer Activities

Two months ago, no one knew what “social distancing” was. I don’t think it was

Balancing Full-Time Work with Homeschooling: Bridgeway Can Help

“How can I homeschool my child if I’m working full time?” It’s a question that

Transitioning to Student-Led Learning

As families across the country settle into the world of home-based education, it’s fair to

Learning Loss Isn’t Just for Summer Anymore

You’ve probably heard the term “learning loss,” a phenomenon that’s been studied in great detail

Online Homeschool Interview: Jessica Parnell

1. How does online homeschooling work?Bridgeway’s online homeschooling is a fully-online program that does not

The Sacrifices Schools Are Making in the Wake of COVID-19

As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to wreak havoc across the globe, virtually every school district

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