Too many teachers use videos only as a babysitter. Get more out of teaching with videos with these simple tips.
Regard any facts and figures about homeschooling with a wary eye.
Field trips are one of the best parts of homeschooling. These tips will help make it a rewarding experience for everyone.
Use movies to spark discussions about topics in your curriculum.
Videos can be a powerful resource for homeschoolers.
For homeschoolers, back to school time opens up a world of possibilities.
Homeschoolers generally have more say over the role standardized tests play in their children's education. Find out what you should know about the pros and cons of testing.
Steps to take when you're just starting to homeschool.
Find a homeschooling style that works for your family by balancing your child's needs with your own. Here are suggestions for figuring out how much you can handle, and finding help for the rest.
Craft a statement explaining your homeschooling philosophy to help define your family's personal goals and show colleges how your student was educated.
A narrative transcript is a great way to show how homeschooling prepared your student to succeed in college.
Great ideas for adding art activities to your homeschool routine.
Collage is a fun and creative way to turn recycled materials into art.
Introduce your children to sculpting with clay, modeling dough and other materials.
Painting is a great way to teach kids about color, materials, and other aspects of art.
Find out what homeschooling is, who does it, and how it works.
The book "Free Range Learning" tells parents how to use homeschooling to nurture their children's natural abilities and connect with the world around them.
Homeschooling works best when you and your kids are enjoying it. Here's how to set realistic goals that will get your kids where they want to go in life.
Gifted kids often thrive as homeschoolers, learning what they want at a pace that's appropriate for them.
The history and origin of Mother's Day for homeschooling families. Learn about Mother's Day and take a quiz.
Introduce kids to STEM subjects with these simple science activities.
Good science resources inspire kids to learn more.
You can teach real science labs at home using everyday materials.
Creating a nature notebook is a simple yet powerful tool that teaches kids biology, observation, record taking and research.
Studying history through a variety of methods is more effective, and more enjoyable.