If you and your crew are needing a little bit of majesty in your schedules, consider one of these national parks! Oh, and they’re educational too!
A great way to plan for the year is by attending a homeschool convention or conference in your area. If you are new to homeschooling or have never been to a state convention or regional conference, the thought of going can sometimes be overwhelming.
Are you thinking about beginning the homeschool journey with your teenager? Homeschooling is a rewarding endeavor and can be especially meaningful when working with older students.
A homeschool yearbook makes a fabulous graduation gift for teens. Here are some ideas for creating a yearbook your whole family will love.
As with any educational philosophy, there are many ways to unschool your kids. Here’s an overview of the basics of unschooling.
Do you have a graduate this year? Graduation is a BIG deal, and both parents and teens deserve huge congratulations! We think graduation should be really special, so we’ve compiled some ideas for celebrating this life step.
High school students are well on their way to learning independently, but as every parent knows, they’re not always quite there yet. Here are some simple ways you can help motivate your high school freshman.
Recordkeeping is an essential skill for homeschooling parents. The secret to keeping your records in order is creating a process you’ll actually follow.
Getting distracted and wasting time are pitfalls that will threaten your teen’s focus in high school. Here are 5 common time wasters for them to avoid.
It’s all too easy for little time wasters to sneak their way into our busy lives. Are you guilty of these homeschool time wasters?
Looking to start a new homeschool group? Don’t miss these tips for getting started.
While creating a high school homeschool transcript isn’t difficult, there are a few common mistakes you need to avoid.