Homeschooling your high school student doesn’t need to cause you to shake with fear. These are my tips for handing the challenge.
My baby is no longer in diapers but yet and still it’s sometimes a game of beat the clock to get the family taken care of AND complete my tiny home business affairs. I’ll admit to being disorganized at times so I love the idea of a course like Balancing Diapers and Deadlines to help me streamline my home and business life…. Read More
This week (August 10-14), members of the Homeschool Review Crew are coming together to share homeschooling tips with you. You can find a link at the end of this post so you can see all the great posts coming at you. It doesn’t matter where you are at in your homeschool journey. You’ll find something to help you. In this… Read More
We use a boxed Homeschool Curriculum from Bob Jones as our core curriculum. And we have been very happy with it for over 10 years. As a homeschooling parent of an only child I thought it might be helpful to share the details of what we’ve used for homeschooling over the years and how it has helped (or frustrated) our… Read More
My daughter is a visual and auditory learner. That came to light early on in her life after I noticed her recall with some children’s videos we had watched only once. That brought us to where we are now. I was a new homeschooler and nervous about it all. What if I missed something? What all does my daughter need… Read More
Is your student a struggling reader? MaxScholar Orton-Gillingham Software by MaxScholar is an online program that helps struggling readers, improves reading comprehension and expands your child’s vocabulary. MaxScholar is a series of writing and reading programs that can be used by beginning readers all the way up to middle school or higher.. If you’ve been looking for a resource to… Read More