The fact is, colleges like homeschooling students.
But perhaps you’ve heard otherwise and now you’re freaking out about your child’s future prospects.
No need to worry! Colleges admit thousands of homeschooled students every year and have decades of positive statistics related to their performance—which is excellent and comparatively better than that of public school...Read More
Can I homeschool and work?
I asked myself this two years ago when the pandemic began.
I was a full-time teacher living in Mexico, and suddenly I had over 20 hours of online classes and 2 small kids at home, ages 4 and 5. They were too little to take their courses in front of a computer.
My husband also taught online, and we had to find a way—and we did! Surprisingly, I remember this...Read More
Are you looking for a good language arts curriculum for your child that won’t break the bank?
There are quite a few homeschool English curriculums out there for you to choose. However, some of them are quite expensive, while others may not fit your child’s learning style.
Keep reading to learn what you need to consider when choosing a language arts curriculum for your homeschooling...Read More
Has your child shown an interest in psychology, but you don’t know if there are viable homeschool psychology curriculum options?
You’ve come to the right place!
Today, I’ll show you my 6 top-rated homeschool psychology curriculums categorized by secular and Christian programs.
I also analyzed their instructional style, standards, assessments, and price.
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Do you need to choose a homeschool math curriculum but don’t know where to start?
Most homeschool parents aren’t math specialists. That’s why they need to know the pros and cons of every homeschool math curriculum on the market.
Luckily, I’m here to help you!
Keep reading to know what you need to look for in a math curriculum and how to find the best ones.
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When was the first time you discovered that people have different learning styles?
I figured it out during a school trip when I was a teenager. I remember my best friend walking around and repeating historical information aloud during our study period. It struck me as odd because I never studied that way. Years later, I understood that she was a kinesthetic and auditory learner.
Do you need some fun assistance in teaching math? Online math games for kids are the answer.
Your child can have fun while learning, and you can improve the effectiveness of your math lessons at home. In this list, I’ve rounded up my favorite 11 free online math games that will make math way more fun and interactive!
Who Is Homeschool Spanish Academy?We’re an online Spanish school...Read More
Are you teaching homeschool math to your preschooler and need more ideas?
Teaching math to young children isn’t an easy task due to its abstract nature—and kids tend to struggle with abstractions at an early age.
That’s where hands-on math activities come in!
Keep reading to learn how hands-on math activities dramatically improve your child’s understanding of important basic...Read More
Have you ever considered introducing new subjects to your homeschooling children, such as consumer math or financial literacy?
If you haven’t, you should keep reading to learn what these two are. Also, why should you start teaching them, and when might be the best time to do it?
Finally, I will introduce you to eight of the best consumer math and financial literacy curricula and some...Read More
Time flies, doesn’t it?
Not so long ago, you probably started searching how to homeschool high school as you felt unqualified to help your child. Then, you started googling a guide to college admissions for homeschool students.
Now, your question is: How do homeschoolers graduate?
Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered!
Now that you are about to know all about high school graduation...Read More