Free Responsibility Charts and To-Do List Pages for Independent Kids

I’m pleased to say that my teenager is FINALLY getting to a relatively independent stage in his learning. Helping my fourth-grade daughter gain this sense of independence has

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Fun Games for Your Homeschool and What They Teach

We love games: board games, card games, and more! On those days when no one feels up for a formal math lesson (or the days when I need a

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Line upon Line, Precept upon Precept: Why I Can Homeschool

Every parent who decides to homeschool comes to that conclusion for a number of different reasons. I have in the past mentioned that I never thought I’d be a

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Online Learning Tools for 21st-Century Learning

Online learning tools for homeschool are especially important for students right now. With local libraries sometimes closed or limited, an online collection of learning materials and step-by-step instructions

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Best Homeschool Curriculum Deals

Are you a veteran homeschool or a newbie? Either way, make sure you know where to get the best homeschool curriculum deals. The Homeschool Buyers Co-op is the

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Get Started Homeschooling: Include Extra Subjects in Your Homeschool

I’ve been basing the “how to get started guides” on my state requirements for what subjects must be taught. This post includes some other subjects that students may

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Get Started Homeschooling: Including Physical Education and Health in Your Homeschool

Lots of families, both homeschooling and non-homeschooling, are fully involved with extracurricular sports and activities. Including physical education in a homeschool can include a few organized sports. Homeschool

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Get Started Homeschooling: Add in Arts and Music

A fun side of homeschooling can be the introduction of arts and crafts and music into the homeschooling day. This can include art appreciation and music appreciation as

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Get Started Homeschooling: Teach Social Studies at Home

So much can be included under the umbrella of social studies. It includes anything that has to do with communities, cultures, and relationships among people. It includes history

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Get Started Homeschooling: Science in Your Homeschool

Science is a subject that sometimes scares homeschool parents, but it does not have to! Especially for young children, teaching science is a natural part of discovering how

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Get Started Homeschooling: Teach Math

When I was in third grade, I wrote a journal entry in a school notebook each school day, and almost every single entry began with “I hate math.”

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Get Started Homeschooling: Teach Language Arts

Language Arts usually consists of a few subcategories, including handwriting, reading, and writing. Following a Charlotte Mason-style for teaching language arts is a gentle way to approach the

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