Homeschool 101: Curriculum Consult

Homeschool 101 - Homeschool Curriculum Consult

“What kind of homeschool curriculum should I get?”  Boy, that’s a loaded question and it’s never easy to answer.  You see, there are a lot of factors involved in selecting the curriculum that will best meet your family’s needs. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Homeschool Curriculum Consult The[Read more]

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Homeschool 101: Methods & Philosophies

Homeschool Methods Matter

There’s no shortage of homeschool parents seeking advice on curriculum, scheduling, and other home education basics. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to make suggestions and answer questions for parents who are unfamiliar with homeschool methods and philosophies. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) But not everyone feels comfortable researching those methods and digging into[Read more]

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Homeschool 101: The Basics of Home Education

Homeschool 101 - Basics of Home Education

It’s not easy being a new homeschooler. It’s overwhelming to take on new responsibilities, learn the lingo, and adapt to a new lifestyle. And, regardless of how much you research and prepare, sometimes getting the answers you need seems downright impossible. If only there was a Homeschool 101 class available for us all![Read more]

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Back to School 2016: All About Art Giveway

All About Art Giveaway Basket

I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about getting back-to-homeschool is having a well-stocked homeschool.  And, while most of us are good about stocking up on paper, notebooks, and pencils, we often forget to include art supplies in our shopping. That’s a good excuse for a giveaway, right?[Read more]

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Homeschooling Pre-Algebra & Beyond

Homeschool Math: Pre-Algebra and Beyond with Mr. D Math

Something about homeschool and high school math seems unthinkable to many people. All homeschool parents aren’t math rockstars, but it’s pretty ridiculous that one of the biggest arguments against homeschooling is the possibility that our kids won’t have a chance to excel in the upper levels of math. What the naysayers[Read more]

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