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Happier At Home: 3 Ways To Keep Your Homeschooled Teen Happy

There is a growing number of homeschooled students in the United States. According to statistics, there were an estimated 1.8 million homeschooled children in 2012, which is an increase from 850,000 in 1999. Some of these homeschoolers are in the 13 to 17 age range, which can present a few changes both for the parent and the teenager. If your child is about to hit his teenage years, he might find that his curriculum is more challenging than it … Continue reading →

Gamifying Homeschool for Older Children

Gamifying Homeschool for Older Children

Do you use games in your homeschool? Games are a great tool for making learning fun and increasing retention of information. Making learning a game, is also know as gamification. Often times we think of games for younger children but guest poster Jeriann Watkins shares about ways to use games in your older children’s learning. Gamification has been a hot topic in the last few years, and there are tons of fun ways to incorporate it into homeschool assignments. … Continue reading →

Three Amazing Benefits to Earning Your High School Diploma Online

Three Amazing Benefits to Earning Your High School Diploma Online

There are so many options to consider when planning for your student’s high school years.  Earning your diploma online is just one of the many options you have.  This guest post contributed by James Madison High School outlines some of the benefits of earning a high school diploma online. No matter what you choose, make sure your child has the study skills they need to succeed and that you keep good records to document their hard work and … Continue reading →

The Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List

The Ultimate Organized Homeschool Blogs List

We have compiled over fifty homeschooling blogs that are up to date and current and organized them for our readers. If you are looking for home school encouragement you will find many blogs here that fit the bill to give you your daily dose of uplifting advice. Many of these homeschool blogs include curriculum reviews and choices to help you decide which books are right for you and your children. Want the Ultimate Homeschool Blogs List in … Continue reading →