Want to add some Valentine's Day themed reading to your homeschool over the next two weeks? I've gathered a list of 27 Valentine's Day Book for Kids that will help you do that! There are old favorites like Berenstain Bears and Curious … [Read More...]
Here is the final post in the Towards A Homeschooling Philosophy series. In this post, I hope to give some resources for those interested to help understand philosophies more and how they affect how we teach. It will not be exhaustive and it is bound … [Read More...]
Do you want to make the most of the winter weather even when you're stuck inside? I can't think of a better way than cuddling up with some good books to read together! Whether you prefer the non-fiction educational choices or the just plain … [Read More...]
We've recently started a new calendar year, and for many of us we're about halfway through our school year, so it's a time when we're also considering what we may need to adjust. One aspect I usually take a look at is whether our routine or our … [Read More...]
As we plan for things to come here at The Homeschool Post, we also enjoy looking back at the most read posts of the previous year. It's nice to see what has resonated with our readers and the online homeschool community here. As we wish you … [Read More...]
Easter falls on March 27th this year and our friends at See the Light want to help you celebrate with art in your homeschool lessons. They are generously offering a giveaway of The Crossmaker Ultimate Gift Set to one of our readers!
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Read other educational philosophies posts in this series.
It is a new year, we have hopefully recovered well from our extended holidays, and are ready to tackle school again. My apologies that I've delayed this post for so long.
These posts … [Read More...]
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