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Urban myths are rampant, and so are homeschool myths about unit studies. Here are some facts to help bust those myths!
Whether you are writing a paper for schoolwork or want to write your own story for fun, there are some tips that will improve your piece.
Amid the news of public schools closing and disturbing headlines concerning parental rights, many parents are wondering if homeschooling is an option for their family.
Reading can help kids’ minds stay engaged over the summer. Here are 5 fun ways to keep kids reading while on summer vacation.
Victoria and Her World is a great study to use to introduce British history and cultural information to your kids.
We all strive to have a measure of peace in our homeschools and routines can bring us some of that.
Not sure where to begin when it comes to teaching your child to read? Here are ten tips to get you started.
Does the idea of teaching art intimidate you? This curriculum might just be the right fit for your family.
With activities like art come lots of supplies…don’t let the organization of them be a deterrent to allowing your children to create.
Like this homeschooling mom, traditional learning may not be the education plan that God has in mind for your family. Let her “inspire you to venture outside your front door and see where it leads.”