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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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November Is Native American History Month! Part 1: Important Events

In 1990, President George H.W. Bush approved a resolution designating November as National American Indian Heritage Month. Each year since 1994, the same types of proclamations have been made, including

Bridgeway News, New to Homeschooling
Now What? Deciding Whether to Homeschool During the School Year

During the summer, we took a look at the difficult decision on whether to send students back to school with COVID-19 still spreading across the country. Some school districts made

Curriculum, Tips & Ideas
What in the World? November History Lessons You Can Teach at Home (Part 2)

This is a fascinating world we live in. When you step back and look at it, something historic has happened literally every single day. Sure, some events are bigger and

Tips & Ideas
Pages vs. Screens: Why Kids of All Ages Should Embrace Reading

We’re into November now, which means…you’ve tossed the jack-o’-lanterns you meticulously created while sacrificing a good amount of blood in the process (or maybe that was just me…), you may

Help for the Holidays: How to Navigate Christmas Shopping for Kids

Just like the classic song says, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year.” But

Fun Thanksgiving Facts for the Dinner Table

Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. And not just for the food

Incorporating History Into Your Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving began centuries years ago when a group of colonists and Native Americans got together

Thanksgiving, Crafts, and Family Fun

Growing up in my family, any holiday meant doing at least one craft. Year after

Easter Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

The snow is melting and our yard looks like a swamp. But we can hear

Be Mine: Valentine’s Day Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

Valentine’s Day is what I like to call the “un-holiday” holiday. You don’t get a

Mother’s Day: How to Enjoy Your Day with the Kids

While Mother’s Day is centered on mom (of course!), it’s still important to find ways

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