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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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Fall Fun at (or Near) Home: Part 2

Fall is hands-down my favorite time of year. The season is like a treat for the senses–the stunning sunsets; the gorgeous colors of the leaves; the warm browns and oranges

Tips & Ideas
Fall Fun at (or Near) Home: Part 1

Fall is hands-down my favorite time of year. The season is like a treat for the senses–the stunning sunsets; the gorgeous colors of the leaves; the warm browns and oranges

Tips & Ideas
Trick or…? Ideas to Replace Trick-or-Treating If It’s Cancelled This Year

Halloween without trick-or-treating? That’s like Christmas without Santa Claus. Or Easter without the bunny. Or Thanksgiving without the turkey. You get the idea. Inconceivable (insert Princess Bride meme here), right?

New to Homeschooling, Tips & Ideas
Homeschool Stress: It’s Real…But It’s Manageable

We’re only a handful of weeks into the 2020-21 school year, and there’s already plenty of stress to go around–for both kids and parents. There’s hybrid schooling, there’s at-home virtual

Microschools? Pandemic Pods? What You Need to Know

With so much chaos surrounding the reopening (or not reopening) of schools across the country,

Decision Time: Should Parents Send Kids Back to School?

A few things we do know: COVID-19 has not disappeared; its rates are actually increasing

2020-21: The School Year of Uncertainty

Today, as I write this, the state of New Jersey announced its plans for reopening

School in the Fall: Will There Be? What Will It Look Like? What Should You Do?

Will there be school this fall? “No question,” said Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf in mid-June.

Social Distancing Summer Activities

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

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

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

Cooped Up? Time to Get Creative!

Approximately 55 million public and private school students are now at home. No, summer vacation

Considering a New Homeschool? Here’s What You Should Be Looking For.

You may be a full-time homeschooler looking to make a change. Or you may be

The New Normal? For the Time Being, Yes

Only about 2 weeks ago, I wrote about how COVID-19 (the coronavirus) had made its

For Chronically Ill Children, Homeschooling May Be the Answer

Illness owns the headlines these days. With the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic threatening long-term school closures

Kids Asking About the Coronavirus? Here’s How to Handle It.

It’s not often that we experience anything quite like the COVID-19 coronavirus global pandemic. Yet

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