High School Literature for Reluctant Readers

Suggested reading for High School Literature in your homeschool. Have you included these in your studies?

I love to read. But not all of my kids like to read, which I can't figure out. This presented a bit of a challenge when it came to reading lists for high school literature. I had naively expected that my kids would love books and be interested in studying literature, and that the … [Read more...]

Don’t Stop Reading Aloud to Your Older Kids

Reading aloud to older kids

  It's a pretty accepted fact that it's a good thing to read aloud to your little ones. Beginning at birth- or sometimes before- parents read to little ones, talking to Mommy's tummy, gathering babies and then squirmy toddlers in their arms to look at books that they've … [Read more...]

Fall Books & Activities for Preschool Homeschool

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  Fall is a rich wonderful time of year to teach and explore with your preschooler. Luckily there are tons of paths and studies you can take as well as endless resources and books to enhance the fall learning experience. I have gathered some of my favorite fall books here … [Read more...]

Early, Organic, SAT Prep for Homeschoolers

EarlyOrganic SAT Prep

My 11 year old son just took the SAT in June. He managed to score 1270 (560 verbal, 710 math) I want to tell you how my wife and I “prepared” him for that but first I want to reveal to you some important secrets about SAT preparation that you won’t hear very often, if at … [Read more...]