Here are some fun ideas for making your study space your own—one that not only covers functionality but also inspires you to want to study in it.
If the love of reading is not high on your teen’s priority list, here are seven fun ways to challenge them to read a book a month.
Teens having a hard time staying away from screens? There are several at-home activities for homeschooled teens that help teach them valuable skills and foster admirable traits.
If your teen is serious about earning a college degree without student loans, help them consider creative ways for earning college credit that they can begin at home.
If you are homeschooling your kids this fall, a garden is a fun way to bring learning to life. This fall garden can help teenagers learn more about biology, nutrition, and botany.
If your student needs to go, go, go, there’s nothing wrong with that dream. But sometimes in our push, God wants our stillness. Sometimes in our going, God asks us to wait.
We’ve included a wide variety of favorite podcasts below that we think teens will enjoy. In fact, brains just might be blown.
The books on this list may not be what you’d expect to find in a book list for teens. I highly recommend these books for many ages, young adults and adults.
An interview with Anna Coke, a newer Dual Credit at Home Student, and 3rd place Jr. Iditarod winner! Read about her adventures in Alaska and where she is heading with Dual Credit at Home.
When it comes to studying world religions, having a Christian worldview is imperative. These resources can help provide a solid foundation of truth while studying various belief systems.
With the standards and protocols for getting back together varied among the states, use the ideas below as a guideline as you begin going out. You know your family best, so do what works for YOU!