tips for new homeschoolers

Tips for New Homeschoolers

September 25, 2020

Tips for New Homeschoolers Over 2 million families will begin homeschooling in September 2020. For new homeschoolers, it can be difficult to get started and maintain that exciting feeling at the beginning of the year where possibilities seem endless. This article outlines some helpful strategies for making the school year a success. Have a schedule […]

online education can help homeschoolers

How Online Education Can Help Homeschoolers

September 14, 2020

This article was contributed by Gracie Anderson How Online Education Can Help Homeschoolers Education is more like an endless stream that flows and takes along those who wish to immerse their intellects into it. It knows no boundary. Pertaining to the present-day situation of the devastating COVID-19 outbreak, most schools and colleges have come to […]

Common Requirements Homeschoolers Need to Know

Common Requirements That Homeschoolers Need To Know

August 7, 2020

This article was contributed by Amanda Jerilyn Parents who have decided to opt for homeschooling are going to contribute to real change in society.  However, to make this effort productive and effective, parents must know certain fundamental factors and act accordingly before starting. Once you’ve studied your teen and how they learn for the longest […]

Guide to Teen Depression

Guide to Teen Depression

July 27, 2020

Depression among teenagers has been growing steadily in the last few years. It’s a serious health condition that impacts the lives of millions of young people from all over the globe, with nearly 20% of all teens reporting to experience depression before they reach adulthood. According to the report, mental health conditions account for 16% […]

8 Tips for Hsing High School

8 Tips For Homeschooling High School

July 24, 2020

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 […]

How Does ONline Middle School Work?

Rising Middle Schooler? How Does an Online Middle School Work?

May 28, 2020

Are you thinking of exploring an online school? Is this the correct time? You are probably undergoing a feeling of excitement, confusion, and anticipation, all at a time. A number of questions might be surging up in your mind. Will I have a schedule? Do I have to go to class? How will the parents […]

How to Help Your Teen Choose an Instrument

How to Help Your Teen Choose an Instrument

April 21, 2020

Guest post by Jennifer Hughes Adolescence is a difficult time for anyone. It’s a time of great character change, social pressures, and of starting to find one’s place in the world. For many teens, the ability to express these difficulties by playing a musical instrument is immeasurably rewarding. Though your child may be discouraged for […]

Homeschool Planning Strategies

3 Simple Homeschool Planning Strategies To Prevent Burnout

April 17, 2020

The total amount of homeschoolers has doubled in the last 20 years. This means that twice as many parents recognize this approach to learning as effective, and more importantly, they have found what works for their children and were able to create an effective environment for homeschooling. However, does this mean that homeschooling is easy? […]

12 Tools to Perfect Foreign Language Learning

12 Best Online Tools to Perfect Foreign Language Learning

April 15, 2020

Learning a new language is an adventure that tests your patience and dedication, but if you persist, it rewards you handsomely in the end. Whether you’re the type of person who struggles with languages, having trouble concentrating while you study, or you don’t experience these issues, but you’re looking for new effective ways to practice […]

Scholarships for Homeschoolers

Scholarships Ending In April, May, June 2020

April 1, 2020

Just because you homeschool doesn’t mean that scholarships are off-limits to you! Homeschoolers qualify for scholarships in the form of student federal aid as well as individual private financial aid. This type of aid is what we’re focusing on with this month’s teen scholarship post. In fact, applying for and being awarded scholarships is a […]