You need an education degree to homeschool (and 5 other homeschool myths)

By |2022-04-04T10:30:01-04:00April 4th, 2022|Advice, General Interest, Homeschool moms, Tips for high school|

When it comes to homeschooling, people have all sorts of ideas about what it takes to be a homeschooler. In today’s blog post, we debunk some of the most prevalent myths. Let’s jump in! Myth 1: You need an education degree to homeschool When I tell people that I homeschool, they often assume that [...]

6 ways to manage your time between multiple homeschool students

By |2022-03-03T10:31:14-05:00March 3rd, 2022|Advice, General Interest, Homeschool moms, Tips for high school|

There's no quicker way to feel overwhelmed as a home educator than homeschooling two or more students at the same time. Talk about having a one-room schoolhouse!  It can be challenging, but as a homeschooling mom of six, I'm here to tell you that it can be done. Keep reading for six ways to [...]

5 reasons why it’s important for homeschoolers to read fiction

By |2021-12-08T11:26:32-05:00December 8th, 2021|Advice, Career Tips, General Interest, Preparing for college, Tips for high school|

As a homeschool student, are you wasting your time if you read novels? I would argue you’re not. While many people espouse the benefits of reading nonfiction books (of which there are many), many do not give novels credit where credit is due. Novels can really be helpful for homeschoolers. Let’s take a look [...]

7 ways to help homeschoolers focus for extended periods of time

By |2021-11-18T10:19:03-05:00November 18th, 2021|Advice, Career Tips, Online learning, Preparing for college, Standardized tests, Tips for high school|

If you’re a homeschool high-school student, you know that technology is a blessing. But it’s also a curse.  For instance, does your phone go off frequently throughout the day with calls, texts, and other notifications? And are you bombarded by pop-up windows and video ads? All these distractions make it difficult to focus on [...]

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