Georgia Homeschooling Information & Updates

Four Ways to Celebrate NOT Back to School Day

As a homeschooler, do you ever feel like sometimes your kids miss out on school time milestones? For example, around the first day of school pictures take over your Facebook feed, and everyone shows how excited their kids are to be going “back to school”.

Four Online Learning Tools for Teenagers

Our teens were born into a world where technology abounds. They easily adopt new technologies and many text as quickly as they breathe. Teens are tech savvy, and learn well through technology. Because of this, it is important to have tools available to them that are natural, and easy for them to use and understand.

Four ways to Simplify Your Homeschool

A new homeschool year is just around the corner, and chances are you are busy planning. You may be feeling overwhelmed, and wondering how in the world you are going to get it “all” done. I know, I have been there! With three kids, in three different grades, I had to do something to make our homeschool days a little easier. So, I simplified. And, you can too!

Great Learning Sites for Preschoolers

Online learning is becoming more and more popular, and our children are growing up in a tech-savvy world.  Preschool is a great age to start allowing our children supervised learning online.

Here are some great learning sites for preschoolers:

ABC MOUSE– This learning website helps kids learn to read through phonics lessons. It also teaches young children lessons in math, music, art, social studies and much more! There is a subscription fee with this program.   

Homeschooling Multiple Ages with Unit Studies

As homeschool parents, we usually have a wide variety of ages in our home to teach.   When you get a wide variety of age groups together sometimes it is hard to teach them all at once. One way we have found to make homeschooling  multiple ages work is to use unit studies!

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