Making it Work — Homeschool and Work

Do you work while homeschooling? Here are some encouraging tips to help!

  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 look when the family is also … [Read more...]

Thinking About Special Needs

Thinking About Special Needs -- how to support homeschool families with special needs.

  Growing up it was quite rare for me to come into contact with an individual that had special needs. As I've gotten older it has become much more prevalent. There are many who believe that children today are misdiagnosed with disorders such as ADHD/ADD, sensory … [Read more...]

Evaluating Learning Gaps

Evaluating Learning Gaps in your Homeschool.

  Homeschoolers can become confused and frustrated by the unevenness of learning, and seemingly gaping holes in their child's understanding. When you wonder if you've finally met your match because your kid is just not getting it. Or you're subjecting yourself to all … [Read more...]

Your Child Has Special Needs, Too

Don't all kids have "special needs" in regards to their education? That's why homeschooling works! Read the reasoning at

"My kids don't go to school?" [silence, mild contemplation] "Do you homeschool them or something?" "Well, we don't use that term....but yeah." "Why?" "My kids have special needs." "Oh." [apologetically] [end of conversation] Now, in general I don't … [Read more...]