Looking for Homeschool Resources you can trust? Here are the our Teach Them Diligently Resouces you need for all your homeschooling needs.
Homeschool Resources By Topic
HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL FOR YOUR FAMILY How do you create the perfect homeschool for your family? Before you fill in the boxes
Homeschooling Organization Methods Why do we get discouraged on our homeschool journey?Uncover the reasons why and listen as Jeannie gives practical tips and organizational ideas
HOW TO HAVE THE PERFECT HOMESCHOOL WHILE TEACHING CHILDREN ON DIFFERENT LEVELS ( Download our Teaching Multi-Level Homeschooling MP3 below! ) As an experienced homeschool
Additonal Homeschool Resources & Blogs
My homeschool doesn’t even have to look like my last year’s homeschool! We have now been homeschooling for 5 years, and I don’t believe our
Kristen is the founder of Protect Young Minds Org and the author of Good Pictures Bad Pictures and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. Today, we’re
It’s common for online learning to intimidate homeschool parents who are used to using textbooks. However, many families that make the switch to online curriculum
If you’ve recently picked up a community college course catalog for the first time, it might seem overwhelming. How do you know what classes to take? How do you know those classes will transfer into a university degree program? Enter the degree completion plan: every homeschooler’s best friend in the quest for higher education!
We were about to finish our first year of homeschooling, and I felt like our inaugural year had gone pretty well. I definitely knew my
Things don’t always go as we want them to. Bad things happen and always will. Companies close. People move. What we once held dear can
We’re so glad you asked! Teach Them Diligently Convention is designed with entire family units in mind! It is our family’s desire that your family
by Rhea Perry The first thing most young entrepreneurs do when they need money is set up a lemonade stand in the front yard. When
If you were riding in the truck with my husband and me between conventions, you might hear a conversation like this. “Where do you want
About 80 percent of homeschool parents don’t know a common way kids hide what they do in Internet browsers like Chrome and Internet Explorer.
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our privacy statement page for more information. Can you teach reading at home?
Many in our communities are learning first hand this year that giving thanks in all things is not always an easy thing to do. Let’s
By Becky Muldrow, Dual Credit At Home Most of us attend a Teach Them Diligently homeschool convention for the “Aha!” moments of inspiration and encouragement.
Unit Studies Have you ever considered unit studies for your homeschool? Unit studies are a great way to learn about a new topic or even
When I was being homeschooled the first month of the fall semester was my favorite time of the year. My books were new, the leaves were changing, and I couldn’t wait to tackle the list of books assigned for that semester! It might not feel like fall quite yet, but chances are your family is back to school after your summer break – ready to tackle another year of learning!
The Many Benefits Of Regular Exercise Routine Within Your Family! An Interview With Scott Shipman | 7
Most of us know the power of exercise and movement in our children’s lives and homeschools. We can see the difference in their behavior and
PREPARING OUR CHILDREN FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL — AND WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH CHRISTMAS ANYWAY? Preparation is a huge part of
You and your student might not be anywhere close to deciding on a college yet. Perhaps you haven’t decided if he wants to go to college at all! That’s perfectly fine; junior year is a time of preparation more than it is a season of decision. Since you’re in the preparation process, here are some things to know about college applications.
Parents love to buy toys for their children. A 2010 British study of 3,000 parents published in The Telegraph reported that parents averaged spending about
Last week, I realized just how much I have grown to love my new online planner. I have NEVER been one to use any online
Thanksgiving writing prompts for middle school students offer a variety of ways to sneak a little bit of school into your hectic holiday-schooling days. Use the holiday excitement building in your home to make writing assignments more exciting as well.
By Gale Farrier, South Carolina Home Educators Association Don’t forget our past In the mid 1980‘s home schooling was not a legal option for educating
Leslie is joined by Darren Jones of HSLDA to discuss many ways for dad to be involved in the homeschooling efforts of your family. Whether
https://vimeo.com/292192823 I’m pretty sure that when we reach the end of our homeschool journey, David and I will look back to see that God taught
Whether we are comfortable admitting it or not, our lives are dominated by a collection of reflexes and routines for which we expend very little brain power. We readily accept that habits have power in our lives, but we underestimate just how much of our lives do not utilize intentional thought.
Encouragement and insight about starting your day off on the right foot through God’s Word, plus a free printable to get you started.
By: Linda Carlson with Evangelical Christian Credit Union One sure way to strengthen your child’s money skills Every parent who has passed the toddler-wrangling stage
As the weather gets colder and holiday preparations begin, schoolwork takes a backseat. Whether you break completely for the holidays or do light work all year round, I’m about to add one little thing to your to-do list: arranging your first college visits!
Don’t worry: you don’t need to visit colleges in December. Since most of the students and professors will be home for Christmas break, there wouldn’t be much to see anyway! This is the month to begin planning for next year’s visits, whether in spring or fall. How do you set up a campus visit, and what should you do once you’re there? Here are some tips:
Homeschoolers teach their children themselves for a wide variety of reasons: academic, religious, social, etc. But one thing we all have in common is the
*This page may contain affiliate links. For more information please see our disclosure page/privacy statement for more information. One thing that binds every homeschooling subject
Join TTD365 for Even More Resources!
Teach Them Diligently 365 is an online homeschool community and homeschool resource library designed to help you make the most out of your homeschool experience.