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Category: New to Homeschooling

During the COVID pandemic, students throughout the world experienced online learning for the first time. And to say it was met with mixed reviews would be an understatement. Just to clarify…that wasn’t really online learning.…

It’s back to school time! And, if you’re new to homeschooling (or even a homeschooling veteran), that also means it’s time to find the right homeschool curriculum for your student. Sounds scary, right? After all,…

If you’ve decided that homeschooling is the best option for your child–great decision! Now…what type of homeschooling will you elect to use? Yes, there are many methods of homeschooling, and they all vary quite a…

Aug 18 | 10 min read | New to Homeschooling Tips & Ideas

Pop quiz! What type of education allows you to teach and your child to learn whenever and wherever they want? If you guessed public school, you would be incorrect. Private school? Nope. The answer is…homeschooling!…

Aug 15 | 6 min read | New to Homeschooling

We’re in the middle of the dog days of summer, and a new school year is on the horizon. For many students, this time of year brings on the anxiety and anticipation of starting a…

What do teenagers enjoy doing over the summer? Hanging out with friends, going to the beach, traveling with family, swimming, taking classes at Harvard. Yes, taking classes at Harvard. And Johns Hopkins University. And Georgetown…

More and more families across the globe turn to homeschooling as an alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar education. And that makes the topic of socialization and homeschool more prevalent. New or prospective homeschoolers are curious about…

Jul 25 | 6 min read | New to Homeschooling Tips & Ideas

If you’re reading this article, you’re likely already a homeschool parent or are interested in becoming one. As current homeschoolers know, parents wear many hats when it comes to educating their children. A homeschool parent…

You may have seen our comprehensive list of famous homeschoolers, or our list of famous homeschooled entertainers and athletes and wondered why and when they were homeschooled. Turns out, many of them chose to be…

If you’re living in Missouri and are looking for an alternative to public or private school education, you’re in luck. Homeschooling in Missouri is legal, as long as you follow some rules and requirements. Much…

Homeschooling has long been associated with religion. The Christian/faith-based homeschooling movement was born in the 1960s and 1970s and took off in the 1980s. By this point, many families had grown disillusioned with the public…

I used to call my husband “the fun patrol.” Why? Because he was a master of finding adventure, pushing the limits, and creating fun experiences for our kids. Through their dad, my kids learned the…