A common stereotype of homeschool students is that they are more likely to be socially awkward when compared to their public school counterparts. We believe this to be a myth, but we also want to emphasize that social comfort is a skill that must be developed. Here are three ways to cultivate strong social skills in your children.
Studying and preparing for exams is never easy, but there are skills and strategies that will help your teen absorb and retain the information they need to know. Follow these tips to help your teen improve their test taking skills.
Most public and private high schools have a local chapter of the National Honor Society, and students are nominated and accepted on a yearly basis. But what about homeschoolers?
As your teens near high school graduation, you may be wondering what skills they should learn to help foster independence. Here are some of the life skills they should know before high school graduation.
Financial independence isn’t always easy, but with a little foresight and planning, you can help your teen save and spend wisely. Help them take steps today toward financial independence with these simple tips for saving money.
Instead of just vowing to lose another ten pounds this year, here are four resolution ideas that will be worth far more than weight loss in 2017.
Is buying homeschool textbooks and curriculum your biggest education expenditure each year? These books can cost a lot, but there are ways to save.
Are you looking for creative ways to inspire your teens to embrace the Christmas season? Here are some great ideas that will encourage teens to give of themselves, remember the reason for the season, and have loads of fun.
Is your teen looking for ways to earn a bit of extra spending money for Christmas gifts? Here are three great ways for them to earn and learn at the same time.
Advanced math is one of those tricky subjects that can be very hard to teach if you’re not a mathematician (or really into math). Fortunately, you don’t have to be an expert to help your high school student prepare for college-level math. The secret is to start early teaching critical thinking and study skills. The advanced math concepts can be easily outsourced when the time...
Growing up, one of Stephen's goals was to get into an Ivy League school. Harvard, Princeton, Yale weren’t just schools in his mind but they represented a distinction that he wanted. Don't miss his story and why he changed his mind.
As homeschooling parents, time may be our most precious commodity. Spending time with our kids should be a top priority, but I’m not talking about time for lessons, chores, or errands, which are still important. However, I’m talking mostly about quality time — time for us and our kids to laugh, pray, play, or just be together. Wondering where you can find the time to...