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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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The Importance of Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Our use of passive resistance in Montgomery is not based on resistance to get rights for ourselves, but to achieve friendship with the men who are denying us our rights,

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What in the World? January 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

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What in the World? January History Lessons You Can Teach at Home (Part 1)

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

New to Homeschooling, Tips & Ideas
Ask An Academic Advisor! Tips for Starting Homeschool Mid-Year and More…

Though a COVID-19 vaccination is just starting to circulate, bringing some much-needed light to the end of a long and dark tunnel, it’s still going to be some time before

Making Your School Day More Productive

You know that feeling, the one where you get to the end of the day

Our Best Holiday Homeschool Schedule

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

Summer Serving: The Benefits of Community Service

Summer is coming and, for many homeschooling families, it is a time to relax, recoup,

The Top 10 Best Apps to Keep Your Homeschool Routine Organized

As homeschooling parents, we all want to be more organized and productive during our daily

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

Hit Your Family’s Reset Button with Screen-Free Week

For many of us, screen time all too easily invades our family time. Even when

Want-Need-Must: Get More Done Without Nagging

Back to school is an exciting yet busy time of year. We start off with

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