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Biblical Homeschooling resources and support
Help! My preteen thinks history is boring. I need help finding a homeschool history curriculum my middle schooler will enjoy and engage. The families of
Are you ready to teach your homeschooling high schooler about the ins and out of government, civics, and economics? Homeschoolers excel in this area. The
Homeschooling parents often find themselves surprised and even scared when facing the increasingly intense middle school years. The subject of math only makes these feelings
Every day, you give your all to enrich the lives of your children and educate them because that’s your calling. They will always be your
Homeschooling comes in many shapes and sizes to fit all the different types of families who homeschool. For busy families with fast-paced lives, online curriculum
The summer before a student’s senior year of high school is akin to taking a spot at the starting line for college. The next five
Long gone are the days of being limited to simply deciding which college to attend. Today’s incoming college freshmen have the choice of an on-campus
At some point on the homeschool journey, many parents make the mistake of forgetting that homeschooling does not need to look like public school. In
The conversation about growth mindset versus fixed mindset is an important one for anyone involved in homeschooling a child. These concepts have become more well-known
Many homeschool students are interested in learning more about art but don’t know where to start when it comes to finding the right teacher. You
I have seen it many times! An aspiring artist, with a promising future, fails to produce what they are capable of. Why does this happen?