As the mother of three young boys, one of my biggest hesitations about diving in and homeschooling my oldest was this: What will I do with the other two while I am working with the oldest? While it is still a struggle at times, I have found some strategies that work.
Stressed out trying to come up with the right techniques and resources to teach your dyslexic child? Calm down! We have several tips, curriculum and more that will make homeschooling your dyslexic child fun and rewarding.
Learn how homeschool co-ops can fill the gap in a parent’s own knowledge base. These tips will help you learn the basics of starting and joining co-ops.
Whether you are a new homeschooler trying to move from overwhelmed to organized, or a veteran who would like some fresh ideas, this series of articles will have something for you. Check here for ideas on scheduling, creating portfolios, and many other topics.
Many parents find homeschooling a child with special needs provides the right amount of structure and attention for that child to thrive. Of course, this endeavor is not without it’s challenges! Get some help and advice meeting your child’s needs in a homeschooled setting.
Educating children with autism can be challenging, but there are many effective teaching strategies that are useful. Select any of the articles below to learn more about strategies for teaching autistic students.
This guide includes science teaching tips and lessons for every grade level and interest. There’s no need to waste time searching the web. We’ve gathered our best resources written by our expert writers for you to use as you plan your homeschool lessons and curriculum.
The field of education is ever-evolving. You can stay current with this guide for homeschoolers. Included are resources for all areas of the curriculum, from core subjects to art, physical education and extracurricular activities.
Homeschooling can be fantastic, and it can be challenging! This guide is packed with quality resources, tips and advice for the journey. Most of the authors featured here have homeschooled, and they offer their best ideas to help you do your job even better.
Using good grammar is vital to sounding and appearing educated. Using good grammar means the difference between “It’s time to eat, Grandma” and “It’s time to eat Grandma.” Before you grab a fork and knife (or call the authorities), make sure you know what your student means by getting grammar help!