Homeschooling Your Elder Ones with a New Baby in Tow

Homeschooling Your Elder Ones with a New Baby in Tow

Congratulations, you have a new born in the family. Get ready for the chaos that is sure to follow. Having a baby to care for, is an exhausting task in itself, add in the couple of older ones who need to be homeschooled and you may be ready to call it quits on your homeschooling… Read More

Tips for a Homeschool Mom to Keep Cool

Tips for a Homeschool Mom to Keep Cool

There’s always something to be done when you begin to homeschool your children. All your best intentions will be of no use, unless you back them up with good organization. Here are some tips to organize yourself in a manner that allows you to be at your productive best and to draw out the best… Read More

Homeschool Scheduling Tricks

Homeschool Scheduling Tricks

Making time for what matters most, usually leaves enough time to fit in all else that needs to fit into your life. Like the professor who asked his students to fill the jar of life with rocks, pebbles, and sand, the homeschool teacher must also learn to identify these components of the school schedule. This… Read More

Budgets and Buying for Homeschool Classrooms

Budgets and Buying for Homeschool Classrooms

Setting up the homeschool classroom is different for each family. Some have an extra room that they prefer to use, others simply clear up the dining table and sit down there. What you choose to buy for your homeschooling family should depend on the needs of the students in the current academic year. Don’t buy… Read More

Establishing Boundaries and Routines for Homeschool Families

Establishing Boundaries and Routines for Homeschool Families

Homeschooling your children can become a task that slowly takes over your entire life. It is important to remember to make time for family, simply as family. A mother should have the time to simply soak up the children’s antics, without worrying about them wasting time doing something seemingly unproductive. A father should be able… Read More

Promoting Independent Learning in Homeschool Students

Promoting Independent Learning in Homeschool Students

If it’s difficult to imagine being at the study desk with your homeschool student for every grade and getting them to study independently is a goal, you as the homeschool parent must prepare them for it. There are some skills that your child will need to develop before they are able to handle some aspects… Read More