Everybody loves a good night in, but if your family is anything like my family (growing up and currently!), you can easily spend the majority of “family night” deciding what sounds fun to everyone! Hopefully, these suggestions can help take some of the guesswork out of planning a night in, and your family can spend the evening doing actual activities instead of just throwing around ideas! Here are some ideas for a fun-filled family night!
If we aren’t careful we’ve wasted more time than we intended just aimlessly scrolling through pictures of food! If you’re looking for ways to spend less time on your phone, here are four things you can do instead of scrolling social media.
No two Dual Credit At Home students are the same. This seems to be a hallmark of homeschooling itself, as vastly different people sometimes do the same curriculum or class load for vastly different reasons.
The future can be scary and it can be exciting. Fortunately, we get to face it with colored pencils and a new planner. Hopefully, you can use these three tips for starting your school year off right!
Reading is one of the most formative things that our children do. Understanding the dangers and the need should prompt a parent to put some thought into it.
I know that we have something in common: We love our kids and want to prepare them to fulfill their God-given potential and have the best future possible.
We can’t delegate our children to someone else. This is true in the classroom, the pew, and the playground. I’m not going to hover, but when anyone asks whose kid this is, I am going to stand up. He’s mine. I’m pretty excited about it.
You might find that your teen is struggling to learn at home. Here are a few ideas to relieve stress by changing up your routine and motivating your teen.
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.