It's that time of year again! The summer season is upon us and, for many homeschoolers, that means summer planning time! I'll be taking the summer to plan our upcoming homeschool year (our seventh!). So I thought I'd share some of the tips for … [Read More...]
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Have you ever been on a "rabbit trail" with your child?
My guess is that you have. Kids are made to be naturally curious, and "rabbit trails" are … [Read More...]
Each week we will be highlighting the Top Ten Bloggers from each category of the 2014 Homeschool Blog Awards. We understand the hard work that is involved in running a successful blog. Kudos to all who were nominated, all who made the top ten, and to … [Read More...]
We've been focusing on field trips this month at The Homeschool Post and now we'd like you to share yours! Here is your chance to tell us all about your favorite field trips that you've taken. Just link up your homeschool field trip blog … [Read More...]
Field trips should be FUN, right? Of course! But if you're like me, sometimes the effort to squeeze every bit of educational opportunity out of a field trip also threatens to squeeze out the fun factor for the kids. It hit me years ago when … [Read More...]
Guest post by Wren from finchnwren.com.
Have you ever considered that gardening is a wondrous way to introduce your children to the miracles of God’s creation---and family fun?
We’ve been a gardening family for 4 years, when a … [Read More...]
I don't know about you, but I'm always looking for ways to save in our homeschool budget. I try to use whatever thrifty resources I can, which often includes digital products. I was an old school holdout for years before I came to accept digital … [Read More...]