It’s our BIGGEST sale of the year!
Ten expert tips to help teach kids money and grow their financial confidence.
Reading to our children is a beautiful step in creating a culture of loving good books.
So many of us come into homeschooling with a mix of insecurity and even bad experience with our own math education journey, and often this saps our homeschool joy and confidence before we’ve even begun.
Homeschooling neurodivergent children can be filled with positivity, growth, healing, and bonding for you both.
Here are six tips to help make family homeschooling a success.
Read on for more about the value of your rhythm, plus a free downloadable homeschool rhythm chart that can help you find yours.
Teaching our children to read can be a stressful endeavor for many homeschool families―but it doesn’t have to be! To help empower more homeschool parents and caregivers to help their child find success as readers, we sat down with Diane Duff, Founder + Director of The Reading School.
Do you have a child that really enjoys collecting keepsakes, cutting and pasting, writing notes, and organizing their work? Do they need extra repetition to retain what they’ve learned? Then lapbooking might be just the hands-on thing for your homeschooler!
A common question in homeschooling circles is, “Can I homeschool my child with neurodiversity?” The answer? A resounding “YES!”