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

Teaching Reading to Homeschoolers: Learning Style Resources

Learning to read is one of the most important milestones in a child’s young life

Make Homeschool English and Reading Fun!

In the homeschool community there’s no conversation more enticing, or controversial, than how we teach

How to Teach Your Kids Life Skills

Someday, your kids are going to grow up. They’re going to graduate high school, maybe

The Best Summer Homeschool Reading Ideas

Summer is a time when our family loves to be outdoors and active. From hiking

Rainy Day Read-Alouds

Books the Whole Family can Enjoy Has rain cancelled your outdoor adventure for the day?

Teaching Kids About the Election Process

With the American Presidential elections right around the corner, comes a terrific opportunity to teach

How to Teach Black History Month to Homeschoolers

Last week, I challenged the way we observe African American History Month by explaining the

Learning Styles: How to Incorporate into Your Teaching Methods

How to Utilize Learning Style Assessments to Increase Every Child’s Potential The phrase “learning style”

10 Tips For Teaching Your Kids About Independence Day

For many Americans this week will be filled with picnics, fireworks, and red, white &

The Best Homeschool Curriculum and Teaching Tips for Visual Learners: Writing

Even the most seasoned teachers and homeschool families struggle teaching one subject: writing. Finding the

What Happens When a Homeschool Mom Hasn’t Mastered What She Needs to Teach

From the time my son was in preschool and we started down the homeschooling route,

How to Homeschool a Child with Dyslexia

If your child has dyslexia you most likely have a number of walls in reading,

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