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Online Homeschooling with Study.com

Online Homeschooling with Study.com

Online homeschooling has become more and more popular as our digital capabilities and resources explode! Homeschooling has been made infinitely more accessible due to the availability of so many online homeschool resources.  Throughout my years of homeschooling we have used many online homeschooling curricula, programs, and resources. One of the resources we have used for(…)

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Homeschooling High School with College in Mind

Homeschooling High School with College in Mind

Homeschooling High School with College in Mind is written to help you take your homeschooler through high school, into college! With solid advice and resources to get you there! Includes transcript helping, determining high school credit, electives, testing, the Common Application and more!

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Learning About Johnny Appleseed and Apples Unit Study

Learning About Johnny Appleseed and Apples Unit Study

This Learning About Johnny Appleseed and Apples Unit includes information, recipes, activities, book lists, videos, and printables! Learn about the apple life cycle, make applesauce and more!

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Teaching Seasons and Months Using A Busy Year

Teaching Seasons and Months Using A Busy Year

Teaching Seasons and Months Using A Busy Year is a collection of mostly FREE resources for teaching seasons and months based on this wonderful picture book.

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Using Uncle Eric Books for High School Economics and Participation in Government {Includes FREE Lesson Plans}

Using Uncle Eric Books for High School Economics and Participation in Government {Includes FREE Lesson Plans}

Using Uncle Eric Books is a simple and engaging way to fulfill High School Economics and Participation in Government credits. Includes FREE Lesson Plans!

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Homeschool Math Curriculum: Teaching Textbooks 3.0 vs. CTC Math

Homeschool Math Curriculum: Teaching Textbooks 3.0 vs. CTC Math

Teaching homeschool math can be a stress inducing thought. Many of us were not strong in math ourselves, or have not done much of it since graduation, and worry about how we can successfully teach our children. Using a homeschool math curriculum is something I would strongly suggest! A good homeschool math curriculum can ease your(…)

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10 Things I Want New Homeschoolers to Know

10 Things I Want New Homeschoolers to Know

Starting at the beginning, the beginning of anything, can be scary. There are so many unanswered questions. So many things you want to do, and know, and learn. Speaking from my over 10 years of homeschooling experience, let me share with you some things I would want new homeschoolers to know about homeschooling. 10 Things(…)

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5 Online Classes for Homeschool High School Science

5 Online Classes for Homeschool High School Science

One of the many concerns of those considering homeschooling through the high school years is how to tackle science courses. One way you can easily do this is through online classes for homeschool high school science. Homeschooling high school doesn’t mean you have to do all the teaching yourself! This thought is often what concerns(…)

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Middle School History Through Literature with Beautiful Feet Ancient History

Middle School History Through Literature with Beautiful Feet Ancient History

As you know historical fiction is not only one of my favorite genres to read myself, but one of my favorite methods of teaching history in our homeschool. Teaching History Through Literature is a fun and engaging way to help your kids  feel and understand the plights of the people and times throughout history. Instead(…)

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Live Online Classes for Homeschooling High School

Live Online Classes for Homeschooling High School

We all know that as kids get older, their school work gets harder and more involved. For us homeschoolers that can be intimidating for many reasons. Maybe you feel unqualified to teach it, or don’t have as much time to devote to helping your child with the work. For those reasons, and many more, you(…)

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Homeschool Testing – Benefits and Using the Stanford Achievement Test

Homeschool Testing – Benefits and Using the Stanford Achievement Test

Homeschool testing is a normal occurrence in our household. It’s something we have done with each of our kids once they hit around 3rd grade.  Not only is it required in our state, but we believe testing is something of a “hoop” you have to jump through in life. This year we used the Stanford(…)

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Homeschool Typing with Typesy

Homeschool Typing with Typesy

One of the reasons I love homeschooling is that I can take the time to focus on skills I feel my children need. Teaching life skills such as money management, typing, and home maintenance is something I think is missing in most public schools today. One of the skills I teach all my children is(…)

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