Now that you’ved decided to purchase video classes for your homeschool you might be wondering how to make it fit into your overall homeschool plan. First of all, you made […]
The best way to get your students excited about the upcoming school year is by making their first day special. Start your homeschool year off with any of the above traditions — or make your own. Whatever you decide to do, most importantly is that our children know they are loved, supported, and we are here to encourage them this year!
Homeschooling High School, don’t panic with the planning! If you can map out your four years with an understanding of how classes will fit into the plan, you’ve done the groundwork.
Avoid the dreaded summer slump by enrolling your kids in your summer homeschool (the lighter version of your normal homeschool).
Help Students Understand the Why. It has dawned on me over the years that giving our kids the “why” we study what we do helps them to approach a subject, class, or curriculum with a completely different attitude.
These 4 tips will help you and your homeschool student make the most of online courses
We’ve always enjoyed making funny videos with Dwane Thomas. He has a great sense of humor, and we have enjoyed poking fun at his own classes or whichever class we are about to launch.
Share Compass Classroom resources. It’s a Simple Way to Help New Homeschool Moms.
I’m a homeschool mom of 10 years and I have fought every year to keep the focus of the holidays in the proper place. We have always spent the month […]
Flow Charts are a great homeschooling secret weapon. A flow chart can be the one thing to bring consistent peace and direction.
This Veterans Day we want to thank all the men and women who have served our country by offering military homeschool families a discount on all curriculum purchases. Please use […]
Turn the quitting days around! It’s actually good to be in a place of feeling like we want to quit this difficult thing God has asked of us. When we are weak, He is strong.
How do you find balance? In my years of homeschooling, I always came back to three principles that kept me grounded: margin, support, and temperance.
We asked a few of our loyal customers which one of our products they liked the best. It’s no surprise these amazing moms all had different answers. We think our […]
Jesus’ parables were meant to drive us toward action and understanding in our own lives
Curriculum decisions were always the biggest piece of my homeschool planning puzzle. Once those decisions were made, it was time to put all the other pieces in place.
Is it necessary to align your homeschool to one specific philosophy of education? What do you really need to know to homeschool well?
Is the holiday season a good time to contemplate the principles of economics? We think so! How will you spend your limited resources to be a good steward before God?
Homeschooling has its challenges, but it is also full of surprising blessings. When you reflect on these years with your kids, what will you really be grateful for?
Essay writing develops more than just writing skills. These tips will help with assigning and grading homeschool essays.
Choosing homeschool curriculum doesn’t have to be scary. Check out these tips, and approach this task with confidence!
Lesson planning with digital tools makes planning easy and flexible. Here are a couple of ways to keep your homeschool organized so you can spend more time learning with your kids!
Are you overwhelmed with all the curriculum files you’ve got on your computer? Here are some easy steps to getting your data sorted and ready to use!
History is a complex subject encompassing a sometimes overwhelming amount of information. Our history teacher reminds us of the many excellent reasons to enjoy and pursue knowledge of this topic.