Learning through Digital Media

Apps and Advice for your Homeschooler’s First Device

As a mom with multiple students who each have their own distinct learning style, I’m always looking for creative ways to keep them occupied without having to be constantly looking over their shoulder! Technology has proven to be a great way to keep my tech loving kiddos engaged and free up time for myself while […] READ MORE


10 Tips For Teaching Your Kids About Independence Day

For many Americans this week will be filled with picnics, fireworks, and red, white & blue popsicles. And while I love a good old BBQ as much as the next American, I’m troubled by the reality that, like most holidays, Independence Day has become more about food and fun and less about the history and […] READ MORE


The 2014 Bridgeway Homeschool Academy Graduation

This year’s Bridgeway Graduation Ceremony is in the books, and the verdict is … this year might have been the best one yet! Over 30 students from around the country, and some international students, joined us at the Providence Presbyterian Church in Quakertown, PA for our 24th annual Bridgeway Homeschool Academy Graduation. Graduation is a […] READ MORE


Advice for Homeschooling Dads

I call my husband “The fun patrol.” Why? Because he is a master of finding adventure, of pushing the limits, of creating fun experiences for my kids. Through their dad, my kids have learned the joys of hiking, biking, kayaking, landscaping, building, designing and racing pinewood derby cars, wrestling, camping, building a fire, drawing, electronics, […] READ MORE

The Ten Most Important Things About Your Dad

1. He is strong enough to catch you if you fall.   2. He leads the family.   3. He is your best cheerleader.   4. He sacrifices his own time to be there for his kids.   5. Bits of encouragement from him mean more than an award.   6. He works hard to […] READ MORE

Homeschool summer camp

How Homeschool Families Can Use Their Summers Wisely

When a homeschooling parent thinks about summer camp, it can often feel like they’re farming their kids out or sending them away from the home. But if parents look for a summer camp with the right frame of mind, and think about what they want their kids to gain from camp, it can actually be […] READ MORE