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The Homeschool Post · 1Y ago

A College Alternative for Homeschoolers

  I was compensated for my time to write this post. All opinions are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.   I’ve talked before about the entrepreneurial spirit of homesc...
The Homeschool Post · 1Y ago

Signs You Have Too Much Homeschool Curriculum

  Hi, my name is Sara and I’m a curriculum junkie. I confess I love books. I also confess that I’ve made some choices that just didn’t end up working for us when it comes to homeschool curri...
The Homeschool Post · 1Y ago

Big Ideas for Your Homeschool

  Imagine that it’s Sunday evening. You’ve spent a pleasant weekend with your family, but now it’s time to start thinking about next week. Your inner child is yelling, “I do not want to figu...
The Homeschool Post · 1Y ago

Putting Together a Homeschool Language Arts Curriculum

  As I always say, one of the best advantages of homeschooling is being able to teach the way your kids learn. Choosing individualized resources yields great results when it comes to encoura...
The Homeschool Post · 1Y ago

Hands-on STEM Learning with Creation Crate

  We love hands-on learning in our homeschool. My daughters like to build and create so I’m always looking for opportunities to do that in our studies. Encouraging their interests in science...
The Homeschool Post · 1d ago

Think with Art: Creative Projects and Critical Thinking Skills

  Do you find it a challenge to work art time into your homeschool days? Or do you have the opposite problem — kids who only want to do creative projects and ignore all the other subjects? W...
The Homeschool Post · 11M ago

Exploring Social Studies with LEGO

  LEGO is one of those simple toys that have stood the test of time, for good reason. These simple iconic toys fire the imagination and inspire creativity. Endless uses make LEGO a great inv...
The Homeschool Post · 9M ago

Harnessing the Power of Online Math

  Let’s get real about math for a minute, shall we? There are some who love math and approach it with enthusiasm. Then there are others for whom math is a four-letter word. Well, technically...
The Homeschool Post · 10M ago

Learn to R.E.A.D. with Multisensory Lessons and Activities

Learning to read is one of the biggest milestones for our kids. As homeschool parents, we get the privilege of being there for that breakthrough moment when our child says, “Look, I can read...
The Homeschool Post · 9M ago

Encouraging Your Teen’s Artistic Ability with Online Art Lessons

When my daughter was younger, she took an early interest in art. It was clear that she had a creative ability that I wanted to encourage. I decided to look for local art classes that she cou...