3 Tips to Foster Creativity in Your Homeschooled Child

3 Tips to Foster Creativity in Your Homeschooled Child

Did you know that “students who study art are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement”? Or that art “promotes creativity, social development, personality adjustment, and self-worth”? Despite the many known advantages, many public and private...
15 Free Homeschool High School Resources

15 Free Homeschool High School Resources

Are you scared to death of homeschooling high school like I was once? Are you frustrated with trying to compile a homeschool high school transcript from the classes you have taught? Lee Binz is an expert in the homeschooling high school arena. She has graduated two...
How To Prepare Your Teen for College in High School

How To Prepare Your Teen for College in High School

How do you prepare your teen for college and how do you know she will be okay when she leaves home? Isn’t that the fear of all parents of a graduating teen? My oldest daughter is entering her senior year of high school right now and let me tell you, I am scared to...
Helping Your Teen with Their First Job Resume

Helping Your Teen with Their First Job Resume

Is your teen ready to enter the workforce? Has your teen prepared their first job resume? Writing a first job resume can be pretty challenging as an adult: having to remember all of the great, noteworthy things that you’ve done, every place you’ve already worked, and...
How to Help Your Children With Their Very First Resume

How to Help Your Children With Their Very First Resume

So your child just hit the age where she can get a REAL J-O-B! Yippee! With no experience, you need to arm her with some very first resume tips. Before you set him lose on the streets to hit up the “Help Wanted” signs plastered on the front doors of local...
3 Easy Steps to Organize Your Summer Homeschool Schedule

3 Easy Steps to Organize Your Summer Homeschool Schedule

Homeschooling is an ongoing adventure…one that can last up to 13 years. However, there is a common question among the mom community when it comes to summer homeschooling: do we take the summer off like public schools, or do we keep going? Do we even need a...
Common Homeschool Challenges For Children With Limited Mobility

Common Homeschool Challenges For Children With Limited Mobility

Caleb Brown, a physically disabled 5th grader in Springfield, Missouri, says he wished his teachers knew what it felt like to see the world the way he does. Caleb has cerebral palsy, which is one of the most common congenital disorders of childhood. In fact, Caleb is...
Turn That Homeschool Experience into a Business Opportunity!

Turn That Homeschool Experience into a Business Opportunity!

Homeschooling is as rewarding as it is sometimes lonely and financially draining. Today’s economy demands both parents work in most situations, and combining homeschooling with an outside job is draining. Many homeschool parents have discovered a sweet spot in the...