If you're an American homeschooler, then a U.S. State study is most certainly on your list of things to do with your elementary homeschoolers. I just recently finished it up with my own kids, and am so happy to share with you today "The Ultimate List of U.S. State Study Resources." If you have any … [Read more...] about The Ultimate List of U.S. State Study Resources
[Today's post "Why Would Anyone Want to Homeschool Year Round?" was written by guest contributor Misty Leask.] Chances are if you've been homeschooling for any amount of time you've changed up your schedule at least once or twice. Why? Because finding the right schedule can be as challenging as … [Read more...] about Why Would Anyone Want to Homeschool Year Round?
We recently completed a very fun folk art project in mixed media to learn more about the great American artist Grandma Moses. It's part of Techie Homeschool Mom's online course called Famous Artists: Volume 2. See below the art project tutorial to learn more about the online course and which other … [Read more...] about Do a Fun Folk Art Project in Mixed Media to Learn About Grandma Moses
We all have those subjects in our homeschools, don't we? There are some that we as the homeschool teacher don't enjoy or feel comfortable teaching. And, there are those subjects that certain kids themselves can't stand. Well, I'm excited to tell you that I have found the best language arts … [Read more...] about The Best Language Arts Curriculum for Kids Who Hate Language Arts
[Today's article "100 Online Courses for Homeschoolers: The Ultimate Guide for Homeschool Success" was written by veteran homeschool mom of 4 homeschool graduates, Kate Woods. Gena Mayo made some edits and additions and compiled the list of 100+ online courses for homeschoolers.] The Ultimate Guide … [Read more...] about 100+ Online Courses for Homeschoolers: The Ultimate Guide for Homeschool Success
[Today's article "A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning Next Year's Homeschool (with Free Printable) was written by contributor Michelle Habrych.] It’s spring! For many of us that means the end of another year of homeschooling. Whether you continue educating through the summer or take a break for … [Read more...] about A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning Next Year’s Homeschool (with Free Printable)