I have always loved biology. It was my favorite subject in high school. Dissections were something I looked forward to and enjoyed. That being said not everyone is as enthusiastic as I am about biology. Nor as comfortable with the subject as I am. What I have found throughout my years of homeschooling is that(…)
Mount Hideaway Mysteries: Exes and Oh No’s is a homeschool friendly mystery movie made BY Homeschoolers, ABOUT Homeschoolers, FOR Homeschoolers!
The words homeschool high school algebra often evoke feelings of insecurity and shortcomings for homeschool parents. But I am here to tell you that you can tackle homeschool high school algebra! Back in 2016 I talked about Homeschooling Algebra with Mr. D Math because my middle child was using it at the time. He has(…)
Homeschool History is a searchable homeschool history database where you can find websites, books, videos, maps, and more to enhance your history studies.
WriteShop’s homeschool middle school writing curriculum is a comprehensive writing program that walk both student and parent through the writing process.
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(…)
Homeschool middle school science can be tricky because you want something more than the elementary years, but not as in depth as might be tackled in high school. Homeschool Middle School Science Middle school is a time for transition from elementary school to high school. A move from everything being laid out for you to(…)
Teaching math, not wanting to teach math, thinking you aren’t capable of teaching math. These are all reasons not to homeschool that often pop into people’s heads. Good news! Homeschool Math with Teaching Textbooks 3.0 makes it doable! Homeschool Math with Teaching Textbooks I have been using Teaching Textbooks products for 9 years now, and(…)
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(…)
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(…)
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(…)
Art is one of the subjects my youngest loves most. Unfortunately for her I am not an artist. Not only am I not good at it, but I also do not enjoy it. This often means she doesn’t get art instruction as she would like. Lucky for her I am found some great resources for(…)