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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Can COVID-19 Affect Families Already Homeschooling?

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the way public and private school systems educate students. Most have been closed, at least temporarily, and many school districts have adopted some form

Curriculum, Tips & Ideas
Learning Is Personal–and Fun–with Elephango!

Whether you’re a full-time homeschooler or are new to learning at home, there are so many choices when it comes to lessons, curriculum, and resources. You’ve already found the best

Tips & Ideas
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,

Student Showcase: Fighting Dyslexia: The Gift of Homeschooling

When the private school Ella Crawford was attending decided to implement Common Core, mom Holly

Bridgeway approved: PLSA Gardiner Scholarship for Special Needs Students

This is special. Very special. Especially for children with special needs. Bridgeway Academy’s Florida-based homeschooling

Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities

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

Does My Child have ADHD or are They a Kinesthetic Learner?

Does my child have ADHD? We’ve all seen the kid. He’s jumping around his desk

Advice for Parents: Navigating the Early Signs of a Learning Disability

The beginning of your child’s educational journey is a time of high anticipation, expectations, and

Online education promotes excellence rather than pigeonhole struggling learners

Every child has their own unique learning style, and children with learning disabilities are no

Autism Awareness Month: Keep Your Labels Off My Child

If you have experience educating a special needs child, you know, or at least suspect,

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