Some communities are blessed with vibrant homeschooling co-ops with hundreds of families with every type of academic, athletic and social activity you can imagine. But many of us don’t have access to such incredible resources. Learn how to start a local teen homeschool group and why it’s so important for your teens be surrounded by other teens with similar values.
When my kids were little, people always asked me, “But what about high school? You’ll send them to school, then, right?” My oldest two have graduated high school, and my third kiddo is about to begin high school. So, I have been pondering what I wish I’d known nine years ago and what I might do differently this time. Here’s my list of what I’ve learned about homeschooling high school so far:
Learn what organizational strategies you can use in your homeschool to help your distractable child with ADHD better focus and learn while homeschooling.
How to create an Out of the Box Individualized Homeschool Curriculum Plan that’s best for your family plus how to build your own homeschool planner
My dad likes to remind me that hindsight is 20/20 anytime I am lamenting over a choice I might have made differently if I had only known then what I know now. There are some truths about homeschooling that I wish I had known when I began this journey that I hope can be of encouragement to families just beginning their homeschool experience.
Let’s discuss the differences between phonics, phonology, phonemic awareness and emergent literacy, and then see how to help your child in these areas.
Find out how to decide if your child needs to have their speech evaluated by a speech and language pathologist (SLP) and what to do.
Concerned about your child’s language development? Find out if you should seek professional advice Before I became a homeschooling mom, I was a speech-language pathologist, aka speech therapist. As an undergraduate in the Communication Disorders program, I was required to take a language development class before doing any course work related to language disorders or…
Sensory bins: Just a mess or something more? Hint: it’s not just a mess. Here are 10 reasons why you need a sensory bin in your homeschool…
Is your high schooler looking for volunteer opportunities beyond working at the local food bank? Here are five less conventional ways for homeschoolers to get the leadership experiences that scholarship sponsors, colleges and employers are looking for in applicants.