Gaming and the Homeschool Family

Gaming and the Homeschool Family

The use of smart gadgets is common in most families today. Be it owning a smart phone by the age of 11 or spending more than 3 hours a day on the screens, today’s children are exposed to more gadgets and screen time than any generation in the past. As the advance of technology seeps… Read More

Transportation for the Homeschool Student

Transportation for the Homeschool Student

Travel is a given in modern life. From local runs to the grocery store, to across continents for jobs. Just about every means of transportation can come into play. As a homeschool teacher there are different aspects of transportation that should be covered with your homeschool students. Here is a short list of things that… Read More

Classroom Skills From Homeschool to College

Classroom Skills From Homeschool to College

Good study habits include a number of different skills that a High School student should inculcate. It will only make their lives easier when they begin their college education. Basic Classroom Skills that a homeschool student should know when they head off to college should include: Writing an Essay Being able to write essay lenght… Read More

What Else to Teach Homeschool Students

What Else to Teach Homeschool Students

Reading, writing, and other subjects from the curriculum set aside, what are the other things that you as a homeschool teacher need to teach your homeschool students. Many adults find that they miss the happiness in their lives which comes from close connections. Teaching your children how to create, build and nurture close relationships will… Read More

Creating Focus for the Homeschooled High School Student

Creating Focus for the Homeschooled High School Student

The time you have left with your child in High School is limited. The skills that they need to learn seem endless. It doesn’t matter how much you have already covered with your homeschool student, as soon as they hit High School you feel like you are running out of time to teach them all… Read More

Handling High School with Homeschoolers

Handling High School with Homeschoolers

As your homeschool students enter High School, there is a need to change up the way you interact with them. Not only are they teenagers with raging hormones, they are young adults on the cusp of making their way in the world. Here are a few tips on how you can make their High School… Read More