Are you fed up with the state of education today? Many parents are, as evidenced by the rapid growth of homeschooling in the past several years. Today the homeschooling movement is more diverse than ever. Just take a look at some of the statistics.
When making the decision on whether or not to homeschool, you may feel that teaching them in your home will limit their opportunities to be involved in non-academic pursuits. Although they may take some effort to find, there are plenty of options available for homeschoolers.
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.
It is essential for a child to build a strong literacy foundation in their early years in order to become a lifelong reader. After researching and speaking with other homeschool moms, I came across Explode the Code, a phonics based approach to building literacy skills. Will it work for your child?
Tired of teaching the same mundane lessons day after day? Looking for an exciting homeschool curriculum that meets the needs of children with different learning styles or disabilities? Oak Meadow Curriculum accomodates all learning styles and provides an IEP to students with learning disabilities.
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.
WiloStar3D is an accredited online homeschooling program using virtual worlds and an integrated curriculum. Its courses adhere to established content standards and demand both collaboration and independence from students, combining the best of innovative technology and traditional learning.
Children with autism process information differently and sometimes struggle in a traditional school setting. Many choose to homeschool a child with autism to give them undivided personal attention.
Odds are you homeschool because you want your children to get the very best education you can give them. If you are a Christian homeschooler, you also want them to have an education that is founded on a Christian worldview. Here’s a collection of resources, teaching tips and curricula to help you.
DVD curriculum is a great technology to add to your homeschool. Our Bright Hub experts have reviewed materials in every subject for you. Check out our recommendations for the best selections of DVDs for teaching homeschool.