Inspiring Gratitude That Lasts Beyond Thanksgiving

Thankfulness is an emotion that is difficult to teach but is essential to living a healthy, full life. We’ve all taught our children to say “please” and respond with “thank you.” But, how do we, as parents, move our children beyond politeness to a true spirit of gratefulness? How do we help them to become […] READ MORE


Advice for Parents: Navigating the Early Signs of a Learning Disability

The beginning of your child’s educational journey is a time of high anticipation, expectations, and excitement. While making your way through a sea of paperwork and new experiences, many parents are also encountering some of their child’s first educational milestones and assessing their progress. For parents who are faced with a child who is not […] READ MORE


Five Things To Love About Online Learning

When it comes to technology in the homeschool, I have to confess I am not always a fan. As a homeschooling mother of two boys, establishing a perfect balance with between computer use, misuse and abuse has at times seemed to be a thorn in my flesh. Coming from my background in public education as […] READ MORE


Homeschool Tips & Activities for Harvest Season

Fall is one of the best seasons to be a homeschool student. The flexibility of the curriculum and daily planning means you can experiment with fun activities to really engage your child. There’s so many fun activities that you can try out as soon as the leaves change color and the temperature drops. I have […] READ MORE


Plugged In: 10 Tips for a High Tech Homeschool

We all want our kids to be prepared for their future, so helping them become tech savvy is critical. But, how do you involve more technology in your homeschooling day without compromising learning? Get the most from high tech homeschooling with these tech inspired learning tips and tools that go beyond online games and classes. […] READ MORE

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Homeschooling Help in a Minute – Routine Busters

It’s a common theme among homeschooling parents: you get so focused on the day to day curriculum and activities that you can often become frustrated easily and start falling into some bad habits. Maybe your child struggles with their sight words, and each new idea you try seems to make them more frustrated instead of […] READ MORE