Many families include two incomes: Dad's and Mom's. In the ever increasingly expensive world that we live in, it is sometimes unavoidable. There are also couples that decide that they just like to have both parents work. But how does this … [Read More...]
We all know that homeschoolers are "out of the box" thinkers. It's just a part of choosing a path other than traditional public school. What is becoming more clear in current trends is that the individualist thinking we need for … [Read More...]
Our topic this month is working while homeschooling, whether from home or outside the home. Do you have a home-based business? Maybe you have a traditional part-time or full-time job or you're a single mom homeschooling. What are the … [Read More...]
Guest post by Gale of Imaginative Homeschool.
Copywork can help kids practice correct spelling and letter formation while getting exposed to great quotes and useful information. Precisely for these reasons, I'm picky about the … [Read More...]
We've been talking about homeschooling while working here on The Homeschool Post this month, and for me it's a timely topic. You see, I'm only going to have one student next year, and that student is in … [Read More...]
If you love the process and methods of Charlotte Mason but shrink away from the expense, I have great news for you -- it is possible to use Charlotte Mason in your homeschool on a budget! I have gathered some of my favorite tips and … [Read More...]
We're living in a digital age so it only makes sense that homeschooling resources are available digitally as well. Whether it's a site like Khan Academy or Time4Learning or downloadable digital curriculum, it can help simplify things in … [Read More...]
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