While homeschooling my daughter, one of my favorite, FAVORITE perks of homeschooling was playing games. My daughter probably thought she was getting away with murder; however, I totally fooled her! Come closer and I’ll tell you why…. Are you listening? Game Play – A Fun… Read More »Game Play: A Win-Win for Homeschoolers
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Yes, I was one of those homeschooling parents. We were a middle-class family with bills that are always coming in. We were financially fine; however, if I didn’t work – we would not make ends meet. If I was to homeschool my daughter, I had… Read More »You Can Do It! How To Work and Homeschool
“Don’t be in such a hurry to grow up.” This saying is one we have all heard before. It is one that we used with our children when they were preschool and even kindergarten age; however, it seems when it comes to high school students… Read More »Dual Enrollment – Is It Worth the Rush?
When a parent decides to homeschool their child, their education and academic growth is completely a parent’s responsibility. A parent has to give their complete attention to understand their child’s learning needs. They not only need to understand the child’s learning abilities but also their… Read More »Improving Your Child’s Homeschooling Experience
Should my homeschooler take an AP course, or opt for dual enrollment? What is the better option? In recent years, it has become very popular among homeschooling parents to use the dual enrollment option for their high-school age learners. Some states even offer free enrollment… Read More »AP or Dual Enrollment?
What is Homeschooling? Homeschooling is a fast-growing movement giving parents control of their child’s education in a “permissionless” way. Children have always been homeschooled; however, the “modern” homeschooling movement began growing in the 1970s when John Holt, along with Dorothy and Raymond Moore, started writing… Read More »Homeschooling 101
Professor Howard Gardner, of Harvard University. penned the theory back in the early-mid 1980’s that the traditional notion of intelligence (such as what is captured via IQ tests) is too limited in scope – and that there are, in fact, multiple types of intelligence. For… Read More »Homeschooling With Multiple Intelligences In Mind