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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Cooped Up? Time to Get Creative!

Approximately 55 million public and private school students are now at home. No, summer vacation didn’t come early–this is simply the coronavirus way of life at the moment…and for the

New to Homeschooling, Tips & Ideas
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 new to homeschooling, perhaps because of school closures due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Either way,

Bridgeway News, Tips & Ideas
The New Normal? For the Time Being, Yes

Only about 2 weeks ago, I wrote about how COVID-19 (the coronavirus) had made its way to the United States and how schools were preparing to handle the possibility of

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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 across the country, many districts are preparing for home-based online schooling. But homeschooling is also

How to Homeschool Part II- Your Get Started Guide

Missed Part I of How to Homeschool? Read it here! You’ve made the commitment to

Crossing Over into Homeschooling: Parents as Teachers

Are you considering crossing over into homeschooling from traditional school? If so, you’ve already taken

Our Best Holiday Homeschool Schedule

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

How Do I Plan for High School Homeschooling? Part II

There is No Need to Panic It’s easy to get lost in the transition from

How to Get Started Homeschooling Elementary Part I

I remember clearly my first day of homeschooling. I had visited all of the conventions

How to Know if Your Homeschool Curriculum Is Working

As a young homeschool mother, I chose many different kinds of curriculum in an effort

How to Homeschool a Child with Dyslexia

If your child has dyslexia you most likely have a number of walls in reading,

Dyslexia Awareness Month: How to Encourage your Student with Dyslexia

Reading should be fun and engaging, opening worlds of learning and imagination for our children.

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