I have to take a deep breath whenever I hear the words "fun" and "education" combined.
Whether it's a parent asking me to recommend a fun math curriculum, a book touting fun ways to incorporate learning, or seeing some edu-software or app … [Read More...]
My younger girls love animals, so we take every opportunity we can to do animal unit studies. I recently saw the Wildlife Adventure unit studies from Adventure Homeschool. These are downloadable unit studies that can be used to involve the whole … [Read More...]
Guest post by Lelia Rose Foreman.
Many years ago at a homeschool convention, I heard a speaker (possibly Gregg Harris) talk about delight-directed schooling. I would have loved that back when I attended public school, growing depressed … [Read More...]
I have a huge book on one of our bookshelves with the title "20th Century Day by Day." It has over 1500 pages! This is a book with news stories from the 20th century. I was considering scouring the internet for some history for October and then … [Read More...]
Have you found a Language Arts program that works well for your middle or high school students? I've been looking into Life of Fred because I've heard so many good things about it. I found this basic overview to be helpful in getting a … [Read More...]
Guest post by Kerry Jones.
It’s one of a homeschooling parent’s favorite questions for each other: “What is your homeschooling style?” If the question is new to you, then you are likely new to homeschooling! Don’t worry, it won’t be long … [Read More...]
Is your new homeschool year in full swing now? Does it feel a little bit chaotic breaking in a new routine? Are you a year-round homeschooler who needs to re-focus and refuel right about now? I've just finished reading a … [Read More...]