7 Benefits of Working with a Homeschool Academy

When you first start homeschooling, it’s easy to think, “I can do this all myself.” You get caught up in the excitement of researching courses, putting lesson plans together, planning

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When Homeschoolers Get a Helping Hand–Part 1: Libraries

What are your tips for transitioning into the new school year? As a homeschooler, you’re accustomed to reaching out. From local libraries for resources, to other homeschooling parents and students

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Guess Who Homeschooled? Part II: Athletes

You may have seen our comprehensive list of famous homeschoolers and wondered why and when they were homeschooled. Turns out, many of them chose to be educated at home for

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Smoothing Out the Back-to-School Bumps

Transitioning back into school after a long summer break can be a bit tricky. Your kids are used to unscheduled days, freedom to play and do exactly what they want

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Educational Field Trips for ALL Seasons

It’s August and you’re in the middle of planning the upcoming homeschool year — the curriculum, the subjects, the fun on-the-side assignments. In the midst of all that exciting planning,

3 Ways to Make Homeschool Math More Hands-on

Ah, mathematics. I excelled in language arts, not fractions. It was a definite struggle to

Our Best Holiday Homeschool Schedule

As a homeschool mom of over 15 years and a speaker at homeschool conferences, one

Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities

Has your child recently been diagnosed with a learning disability? Are you worried that school

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”

Best Hands-On Spring Homeschool Lesson Plans

It’s spring, and for many families the end of the school year is in sight.

The Best Project Based Learning Ideas for Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic Learners

Last week, we introduced project-based learning and explained why it works for your child. No

Project Based Learning Ideas: Making Project Based Learning Work for Your Homeschooler

We’ve spent a lot of time here on the blog helping you, homeschool parents, determine

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

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

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Bridgeway Homeschool Academy
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Catasauqua, PA 18032

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