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13 Homeschool Science Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

August 16, 2019

© Greg Landry 2019 As homeschooling parents we give our children so many advantages as they move into the middle and upper grades and then to college. But, I believe there is one area where we can significantly improve the way we prepare them. That area is science. Having taught science to several thousand homeschooling and […]


how to homeschool high school resources

Free eBook on How to Homeschool High School

We all know that homeschooling can be challenging – but when we get to the high school level we all feel the pressure! What to do with the records, rigorous courses, college prep, and future life skills… can be a huge concern for the parent as well as the teen. We understand and have been […]


How to Help Your Teen be an Inventor

How to Help Your Teen Be an Inventor

August 15, 2019

Do you know who invented a test to detect early on if someone has pancreatic cancer? (Jack Andraka) What about the iCPooch, a remote way to give your dog a snack and check up on him while you are away? (Brooke Martin) Another inventor, Maria Elena Grimmet, found a way to filter harmful antibiotics out […]


Help Your Child Succeed in HIgh School

5 Practical Ways to Help Your Teen Succeed in High School

August 10, 2019

All of us are familiar with the challenges of studying in a high school. It is one of the most stressful periods in any teenager’s life since it is complicated for them to stay focused and concentrate on studies during this period. Following this, it is inevitable that teens face difficulties that they need to […]


8 Tips for Hsing High School

8 Tips For Homeschooling High School

August 3, 2019

1. Give them a voice in their curriculum. An important part of homeschooling is knowing what curriculum works best for each of your students. Once your student gets to be high school age they probably have a pretty good idea of how they learn best. When you are planning out the new school year get […]


Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards

Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards 2019!

July 31, 2019

It’s time to see the results! Thank you to all that participated in this year’s Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards! What better way to help you in your curriculum shopping than to compare your “want” list with the Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards list! Each July homeschoolers from across the country get the opportunity to […]


How to Assign High School Grades

July 20, 2019

To Grade or Not to Grade? The age-old homeschool question, to grade or not to grade? While in the early learning years mastering material is the key goal before moving to new material it is a different situation when your student is in their high school years. If your student plans on attending college it […]


Let Your Voice Be Heard-Back to Homeschool Awards 2019!

July 10, 2019

The Back to Homeschool Awards is an amazing opportunity to help other homeschoolers just like yourself navigate the vast amount of curriculum available. There are so many wonderful choices out there and when you choose to vote for what has worked for you, it can help take the guesswork out for new homeschoolers or those […]


STEM Fair Project Ideas for High School

July 9, 2019

What is STEM and why is it important? STEM is the acronym for the educational disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The science in STEM concerns two of the three branches of science; natural sciences, (which includes biology, physics, and chemistry) with the formal sciences with mathematics along with logic and statistics. STEM is […]


Check out these scholarship opportunities for homeschoolers!

Scholarships Ending in July, August, and September 2019

July 3, 2019

Scholarships Ending in July 2019 AAUW Lew Williams Scholarship and Leila Sulkes Scholarship Amount: $2,000 Closing Date: July 31, 2019 Description: The Freehold Branch of AAUW will award two $2,000 scholarships – the Lew Williams Scholarship and the Leila Sulkes Scholarship – for the upcoming academic year. In order to apply, you must be a […]