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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 →

Sometimes our daily or weekly homeschool routines can get a little mundane. If you’d agree that your schedule needs some variety this school year, keep reading. In this article, we’ll share several tips to liven up your student’s curriculum. Put these creative ideas into practice and your child(ren) will be more engaged with your lesson plans. Many of these ideas will leave you feeling much more refreshed, too!

10 Tips to Liven Up Your Homeschool Schedule

Sometimes our daily or weekly homeschool routines can get a little mundane. If you’d agree that your schedule needs some variety this school year, keep reading. In this article, we’ll share several tips to liven up your student’s curriculum. Put these creative ideas into practice and your child(ren) will be more engaged with your lesson plans. Many of these ideas will leave you feeling much more refreshed, too! Homeschool Math Math can be a challenging subject to … Continue reading →

Why Making Over Your Morning Has A Huge Impact On Your Entire Day

I love mornings. Each new day brings new opportunities and it’s a chance to start fresh and do better. How you start your day, or more specifically how you spend those first few morning hours has a big impact on the rest of it. Think of it as setting the tone for your entire day. That’s why making over your morning is so important. It’s about much more than those first few hours. Don’t Let the Snooze … Continue reading →

We easily recognize that puzzles benefit children. Mostly they are seen as an educational tool used to teach concepts such as the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and more. Puzzles are great for teaching these concepts because they are a self-correcting learning tool.

Benefits of Puzzles for the Whole Family

Often when we think of puzzles, we consider them a simple toy or source of amusement.  But did you know that benefits of puzzles extend far beyond enjoyment? Benefits of Puzzles for Children Educational Benefits of Puzzles We easily recognize that puzzles benefit children. Mostly they are seen as an educational tool used to teach concepts such as the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and more.  Puzzles are great for teaching these concepts because they are a self-correcting learning tool. … Continue reading →

Responsibilities of Motherhood

Top 15 Posts to Help Juggle the Responsibilities of Motherhood

Mom. How can this one little word capture what a woman does for her family? Whether you are a mom to one or many, to babies, teens or every where in between; you stay at home or work outside the home; you are doing incredible work as you juggle the different responsibilities of motherhood.   One of our goals here at Organized Homeschool is to give you ideas, tips, and encouragement for an Organized Homeschool, Organized Life, and Organized … Continue reading →

5 steps to homeschooling and having a career

5 Secrets To Homeschooling and Having a Career Too

This past summer (and year for that matter) has been full of changes for our family. We have had to make some very hard and unexpected decisions about how our family will operate in the upcoming school year. It has really made my husband and I sit down and really look at the “why” behind our work, homeschool, and extra activities that our family pursues. The one main thing I have learned from praying and looking deep … 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 →

5 Keys To Homeschooling Multiple Children Successfully

5 Keys To Homeschooling Multiple Children Successfully

I have been homeschooling since our oldest started kindergarten 10 years ago. Last year, we added our fourth child into the mix. One of our biggest challenges has been to homeschool multiple ages at once. Here are a few ways we make it work: Guest post by: Jennifer Self Think Outside The Box. Literally. I like to choose or adapt curriculum to fit with families rather than classrooms. Four years ago, we began using My Father’s World. … Continue reading →

7 Highly Effective Study Habits My Teen Uses

7 Highly Effective Study Habits My Teen Uses

My teenage daughter is starting to take some college CLEP tests this past year to earn college credit while completing high school classes. She has had to tweak her study habits to ensure she is ready for the college level exams. She can no longer rely on mom to spoon feed the content and answers to her! She shares with us in this post about the study habits she has implemented and has successfully established to help … Continue reading →

Why I Chose School House Teachers Curriculum This Year

Why I Chose School House Teachers Curriculum This Year

So I am now in full blown homeschool planning mode right now. August is fast approaching and we have pegged August 22nd this year to be our first day of school. I always love this part of homeschooling. I love scanning over homeschool catalogs and websites. I love reading homeschool curriculum reviews on fellow bloggers websites. I have never used one boxed set of curriculum in the 8 years we have homeschooled. I have tried tons of … Continue reading →