Georgia Homeschooling Information & Updates

5 Common Mistakes First Timers Make at a Homeschool Convention

Homeschool convention season is here and we are gearing up for our Southeast Homeschool Expo as we speak. This will be my first time speaking at the Southeast Homeschool Expo and I can’t wait!  My first homeschool convention was an experience in itself, after homeschooling for awhile you’d think I would have been prepared for my first convention experience. I wasn’t. And I think very few first timers are.  In fact, I made quite a few homeschool convention mistakes. So, today, learn from my experience!

5 Things Your Homeschool Needs

As homeschoolers, we are bombarded on a regular basis by things experts believe we need. Even well-meaning friends may share items they think our homeschool can’t survive without. But, in reality, how much of that do we really NEED? The answer is probably very little. However, I do believe there are five things your homeschool needs. And, chances are you already have these or have the means to provide them!

5 Ways to Celebrate the End of the Homeschool Year

We’ve made it! Well, at least most of you all have made it, to the end of the homeschool year! We are year round schooling this year, so our official last day is the end of June. We are psyched and ready to begin our summer vacation!

Must Have Geography Resources

When I first began homeschooling I never really considered Geography a subject. I mean, that is part of History right? Oh, I was so wrong! You see, I could barely follow a map. I knew little to nothing about our world, the state capitols of the United States or the different countries located within the seven continents. Why? Because I was never taught Geography.

5 Snow Day Activities for Homeschoolers!

Winter is coming soon and with it comes the magical white stuff….SNOW! Some families love it, some hate it. Regardless of where you fall you will want to find things to do with your kids during the long winter season.

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