Is Your Homeschooler Drowning in Online Data

Is Your Homeschooler Drowning in Online Data

These days there is little else to do except look at a screen for information. It’s a common sight to see your homeschooler sitting and staring hard, barely blinking at the screen. This could be related to homework and research for a topic that they need to do. Or more likely they have fallen down… Read More

Connecting Homeschool Students to Nature

Connecting Homeschool Students to Nature

At a time when getting to meet people and socialize is difficult, it is important to nurture connections. Since we are all a product of nature, it makes sense to establish a connection with the Earth for your homeschool students. There are a number of activities that you can still do that allow your children… Read More

Establishing “Back to School” Homeschool Traditions

Establishing “Back to School” Homeschool Traditions

As the school year starts, it’s a good idea to welcome your homeschool students with a few activities which could become lasting traditions. It doesn’t have to be something very elaborate, but can be things that you add to throughout the academic session. Here are a few ideas. A Fresh Photo Collage Board Keeping a… Read More

Moon Map by NASA

Moon Map by NASA

Most folks totally miss the ONE thing in the night sky that is easy to watch – the MOON! It changes each night, and there’s a lot of cool features you can look at that are easy to learn about. If you don’t have binoculars, use your naked eyes and a good Moon Map. Dr…. Read More

How to Stargaze with Binoculars

How to Stargaze with Binoculars

Join Brian from Central Coast Astronomy & Aurora from Supercharged Science as they go over exactly what you need to know to get started touring the night sky with a pair of binoculars! Many people don’t even realize that hey have an amazing object right at their fingertips – the Moon! If you participated in… Read More