Homeschool Articles

5 Winter Nature Study Ideas

For many of us, the winter doesn’t lend to a lot of time spent outside. The cold, the wet, the snow is difficult to spend a lot of time in, and it can feel like there really isn’t much nature to study during the dark and dreary winter months.

Homeschool Scheduling Made Easy

When it comes to homeschool scheduling remember to find a balance and schedule that works for you.

Finding a schedule that will work in your homeschool is something that most homeschoolers struggle with. Scheduling your day may seem overwhelming when you multiple children, a busy schedule, and are new to the whole idea of homeschooling.

Why You Should Join a Homeschool Co-Op

If you’ve been around the homeschool scene for any length of time, you’ve probably heard of a homeschool co-op. For those of you who may not be familiar with exactly what a homeschool co-op is, let me give you a quick rundown:

What is Classical Education?

Classical education is all the rage right now! You probably know someone who uses it and may be wondering what it is all about.
Classical education is all the rage right now! You probably know someone who uses it, and may be wondering what it is all about. Classical education prides itself on the return to fundamentals.

Classical education is all the rage right now! You probably know someone who uses it and may be wondering what it is all about.

What is Classical Education?

Classical education prides itself on the return to fundamentals. A way that learning used to be, that effectively trains children to become lifelong learners. Classical Education claims to provide every student with the opportunity to learn. This learning begins with the skills of repetition and memorization.

Getting Dad Involved in Homeschooling

I encourage you to find a way to get dad involved in homeschooling. Here are some tips to help.

When we first began homeschooling, my husband felt “out of the loop”. He came home at the end of the day knowing that we “did school” but not really knowing what we did, or how the girls did that day. This is different from public school because typically kids come home with homework, notes from the teacher, or graded papers. I realized that if my husband was going to understand our girl’s education at all, I would have to find ways to get him involved.

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