Some common misconceptions and myths about homeschooling from the socialization myth to the idea that we are all religious.
This article will provide parents of some of the youngest gifted learners with a way to begin teaching American history.
Here is what to expect in a traditional Latin American school and why you might want to know that you can homeschool overseas.
Yes, you can homeschool overseas. It might seem impossible in the beginning, but honestly, with a bit of grit and determination, homeschooling overseas is an adventure worth taking on.
This article is about how to make history fun for young children and engage both their minds and bodies in learning about the past.
This is a creative craft project based around pizzas. The article also includes ideas for expanding the activity into other subject areas, including maths, English, gardening and history.
The Montessori method of education speaks to the curiosity within each child and allows each child to blossom. Learn simple ways of creating a Montessori home environment that will enable your child to soar to great heights.
This article is about why I chose to homeschool my daughter instead of giving her a traditional education in a brick and mortar school setting.
Most people homeschool for religious reasons, concerns about school safety and education quality, or because they want to be their child's teacher. Here's a look at 13 reasons for homeschooling.
Obsession or ally? How Lego contributes to a homeschool education by developing problem-solving and fine motor skills.
Homeschoolers often, and I mean very often, hear the question "But what about socialization?" Here's why this question is completely cringe-worthy. Please stop asking us that!
I made five changes to my homeschool during its first year. Collectively, these easy changes saved our school day and, more importantly, us!
Are you wondering how many hours a day you should homeschool, how your kids can make friends, or if it will work for your family? Get answers to frequently asked questions from a former homeschooled kid and current homeschooling mom!