Help! I’m Teaching My Child to Read

by Bevery Parrish Help! I’m teaching my kids to read. Which curriculum do I choose? Scouring the internet or visiting a conference hall full of enticing booths, filled with wonderful curriculum or books all promising sweet bliss in teaching your child to read, is...

Self-Teaching Offers Path to Educational Freedom

by Sam Sorbo I had been homeschooling my three children for several years already when I realized I was stuck. My firstborn was a dedicated entertainer. Clever, studious enough, and always engaged, Braeden was my homeschool test case and by all accounts a success....

Fractions, Algorithms, and Proofs, Oh My!

Math. One little four-letter word can send parents and students alike into panic. This is the subject that many families say is the most daunting to teach in their homeschool, especially in the high school years. Unfortunately, our kids sometimes pick up on our own...
Author! Author! Creative Writing in Your Homeschool

Author! Author! Creative Writing in Your Homeschool

by Megan Mora Fuentes Creative writing is a great tool to use in your homeschool. It offers an outlet for creativity and free expression, a place to explore ideas, and is an excellent way to practice communication skills. Check out this Homeschool Living article for...
Christmas School

Christmas School

by Katie Julius It’s supposed to be the most joyous time of the year filled with holiday cheer. Sadly, I think most parents would admit that this is actually one of the most stressful times of the year. You have holiday gatherings to attend, gifts to purchase, a home...