How to Make a Comet with Homeschool Astronomy Lesson

Let’s take an in-depth look at some of the most beautiful objects in our solar system – COMETS! You can see comets with telescopes, binoculars, and sometimes even with your naked eyes. Why do we study comets? They are small objects that allow us to study the outer solar system and deep space without actually… Read More

Business Ideas for Homeschool Students

Business Ideas for Homeschool Students

Most homeschool families learn to survive on a single income because one of the parents has chosen to be at home with the kids and teach them. This means that money is often sparse and budgets are tightly drawn. The homeschool teacher can actually create a business online with their homeschool students which can contribute… Read More

Random Acts of Kindness for Homeschool Families

Random Acts of Kindness for Homeschool Families

Completing random acts of kindness is a great way to instill a deep value system in your homeschool students about caring for others, finishing what you start, and personal commitment. Homeschool families often feel that there’s no time to contribute in a meaningful way to other people as they are so tied up with their… Read More

Maintaining Discipline in the Homeschool Classroom

Maintaining Discipline in the Homeschool Classroom

When one says the term discipline, it is often associated with punishments. Yet that’s not what it actually means. Having discipline is important to be productive, to learn and to grow. Part of the duties of a homeschool teacher is to ensure that gentle discipline is always maintained in the homeschool classroom. Here are some… Read More

Homeschool Astronomy resources for your kids!

Telescopes are pretty useless unless you know where to point them. In this video, we’ll talk about how to know what’s up in the sky in a way that’s easy to do so your kids can learn the night sky and totally have a blast doing it!   And you don’t need to be an… Read More

Homeschool Astronomy Right at Home Exploring New Worlds

Kids make great astronomers because they are naturally curious and innovative. In fact, 15 year old Tom Wagg of England discovered a new planet while working at Keele University. And two teams of school kids from Northern India successfully pointed to two unknown asteroids. And Maritza Soto from Chile discovered a planet 3X the size… Read More