Here are our top picks for best homeschool reading curriculum this year. PLUS honorable mentions and supplemental programs for homeschool.Read More
Preschool homeschool supplies: What You Need, What You Don’t, and What to Splurge On
We’ve put together your ultimate shopping list for all the preschool homeschool supplies you really need, from one mom to another.Read More
Homeschooling vs Public School: What’s Best for Your Child?
It’s that time of year again – parents from every walk of life are starting to think about the homeschooling vs public school decision. For some parents, it might be the first time they’ve considered homeschooling for their child. For others, it might have been a rough last year of homeschooling and they’re rethinking their…Read More
Homeschool ADHD Schedule: 13 Hacks + A Sample Schedule
Planning a homeschool ADHD schedule isn’t easy. But there are a few tricks to making it fun, manageable, and actually educational.Read More
Pre Reading Skills: Build Your Toddler’s or Preschooler’s Future Literacy
Find out what your child needs to learn pre reading skills like phonological awareness, vocabulary, short term memory, and more.Read More
How to Make Homeschool Fun: 50+ Ideas for Every Age!
If your kids are burnt out, frustrated, or bored, it’s time to figure out how to make homeschool fun again! 50+ FANTASTIC ideas for parents!Read More
Phonics Curriculum: Compare 10 Top Homeschool Programs
A guide to choosing the best phonics curriculum for your family. Plus, a comparison of ten top learn-to-read programs for homeschoolers.Read More
Homeschool Reading Curriculum: All About Reading Review
If you’re searching for a homeschool reading curriculum, All About Reading should be on your list. Our review & recommendations for families.Read More
Language Arts Curriculum Kindergarten with Logic of English Foundations
Logic of English Foundations, a complete language arts curriculum for kindergarten-fluent reading. Our experience +is LOE right for you?Read More
Pre K Homeschooling: Teaching the Littlest Learners
Many parents think about pre-k homeschooling when they see the price of traditional preschools in their area. “I could just do that at home! Preschool isn’t that hard.” And then they think a little more about it and start to panic. Fear not, brave parents. Many, many families have been homeschooling preschool kids for longer…Read More
All in One Homeschool Curriculum: Using Moving Beyond the Page
Our experience and recommendations for using Moving Beyond the Page, a rich and thorough all-in-one homeschool curriculum.Read More
Phonics Books for Kids Learning to Read from age 5-14!!
Engaging, decodable phonics books for kids designed to help struggling readers gain confidence and build reading skills at any age!Read More
WriteShop Review: A Thorough and ENGAGING Writing Curriculum
Our year-end WriteShop review! Not only is this a thorough and easy to use program, but it got my son to ENJOY writing – a first for us!Read More
Free Homeschool Resources for Every Age And Every Subject
100& FREE Homeschool Resources online and near you!Read More
Homeschool Burnout: 18 things to try before quitting homeschool!
Homeschool burnout is treatable. Here are some strategies to try when you feel miserable and are dreaming about quitting homeschool.Read More
Accommodations for Autism: 21 Best Recommendations for Learning
There are a lot, I mean a lot of accommodations for autism, ADHD, anxiety, and more out there. I should know. I used dozens during my time as an alternative education teacher. But not every accommodation will help every child. Kids with muscular dystrophy don’t need the same accommodations as an autistic, blind, or dyslexic…Read More
6 Helpful Resources for a Child with Anxiety
If you have a child who worries, it’s easy for YOU to worry, too. Will they make friends? Will it hurt them academically? What could all this worrying do to them physically? If you’re like me, you’ve probably spent long hours searching for resources for child anxiety. That’s just what good parents do! We try…Read More
How to Create a Homeschool IEP- 5 Easy Steps
It’s easy to worry when deciding whether or not to homeschool their child with special needs. If the child has previously been in public school, that worry is usually focused around the child’s individualized education plan, or IEP. “Do I need a homeschool IEP?” you might wonder. IEPs in the public school are a legal…Read More
85+ Fine Motor Activities for Toddlers- Guaranteed to Keep Them Busy!
As the mom of a 2-year-old, I’m constantly on the lookout for new fine motor activities for toddlers. (Bonus points if they can keep my daughter entertained for more than ten minutes.) I’ve been amassing a list on my notepad for months now, and figured it was high time I shared my wisdom with everyone…Read More
Your Guide to Homeschooling a Special Needs Child
Homeschooling a special needs child is 100% possible. I want to start by getting that out of the way. Your kid with special needs needs all the loving attention, support, and encouragement they can get. Why not get it at home? Today, I’m going to share all the reasons why homeschooling can be sanity-saving for…Read More