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How to Help Your Homeschool Graduate Transition to College Life

Posted in Homeschooling on July 20, 2017

Moving in to a new college experience

First of all, congratulations! You are the proud parent (and teacher) of a home school graduate. Whether you facilitated your child’s education from day 1 or transitioned from public school to homeschool later, you have carefully walked your student to the finish line. Bravo! Even though you have competently taught your student thus far, you Read More »

Complete (All-In-One) Homeschool Curriculum 101

Posted in Homeschooling, Just Starting Out on July 19, 2017

There has never been a perfect curriculum, it is all about how you approach yours.

What Is a Complete Homeschool Curriculum? Choosing a complete curricula, also known as all-in-one curriculum, is often the simplest and most comfortable way for new homeschooling parents to start their homeschool journey. Since everything is included in the package, there is very little need to locate other resources. All you need to do is break Read More »

How to Prioritize Your Homeschool Day

Posted in Homeschooling on July 18, 2017

Prioritize Your Homeschool Day

When we sit down to plan a homeschool day, we’d like to think we know how it is going to go when we implement the plan. This is never the case. Most homeschool parents have a list, at least a flexible one, of subjects that they hope to get in today. Let’s say it goes Read More »

The Myth That Working and Single Parents Can't Homeschool

Posted in Homeschooling, Just Starting Out on July 15, 2017

Working and single parents can homeschool.

OPINION - The first reaction many parents have that there is no way you could work and homeschool your child, or be a single parent and homeschool your child. The truth is even as a single parent, or a working parent you can homeschool your child. I have met single parents who have two jobs Read More »

Give Your Child a Head Start In Math (5 Tips)

Posted in Homeschooling, Math on July 14, 2017

Scared about mathematics figurine

As the mom of four boys and a homeschooling parent, I have developed different ways to keep my kids up to date with math. Whether we want to admit it or not, math is a tricky subject and kids frequently struggle with the topics that are involved. If your kid struggles in math, there are Read More »

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