Category: Resources

Top 7 Homeschooling Apps

Top 7 Homeschooling Apps

As we deal with the CoronaVirus, schools in many States and countries are closed. It’s a relief for many parents to have their kids at home where they can ensure they stay healthy. However, the issue of schooling comes into play. How do we ensure our children continue learning while at home? The easiest way is through homeschooling.

A Quick Start Homeschool Curriculum for new or temporary homeschoolers.

A Quick Start Homeschool Curriculum

Have you been thrown suddenly into the world of homeschooling? Many parents are in need of a quick start homeschool curriculum that will provide an easy transition back to public school when the time comes. Maybe you can’t send your child back to school in the fall because of health concerns. Maybe you just aren’t…
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Free Printable Summer Reading Bucket List

Summer Reading Bucket List

Books are the cheapest way to travel the world. Books are the quietest way to meet new people. Books can take you deeper into our world, exploring everything from particles to magnetism to fictional adventures like Journey to the Center of the Earth. Books also take you farther out of your bubble than anything else.…
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Typing Practice for Kids

Typing Practice For Kids

How do you teach kids typing? And does it matter? Can’t we just let them peck along at the keyboard and do it their own way? Well, you can if you like. But you won’t be doing them any favors. Typing will get faster and easier as kids practice it correctly. Typing is a motor-memory…
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Free tutoring and livestream classes for high school math.

Free Tutoring & Livestream Classes from OneClass

OneClass is an online support center for upper high school and college level classes.

Unlock the Power of Stories - Literature Curriculum for High School History

Literature Curriculum for High School History

Literature is better than textbooks for history, even in high school. As your kids get older and you know you need to start tracking credits to fill in a high school transcript, you might be tempted to switch to textbooks. But textbooks are the fastest way I know of to turn off your child’s curiosity…
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77 Educational YouTube Playlists for Learning at Home

77 Best Educational YouTube Playlists for Learning at Home

Organized by subject this list includes selection for students from Prek through high school.

How to Homeschool History Without a Curriculum

How to Homeschool History Without a Curriculum

I have a confession to make. We didn’t study history much during the first few years of our homeschooling journey. Sure we had a few D’Aulaire books I read aloud, but other than that…the kids weren’t asking questions and I was busy enough teaching reading, writing, math, and science (because they had a LOT of…
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Tessellations: A curated lesson of free resources

Tessellations: A Curated Lesson of Free Resources

This blog post is designed as a lesson, you can follow the links and use them directly with your kids to teach about tessellations. I placed the article links at the top because I did not find any video’s that adequately covered what a tessellation is, so make sure you start at the top. I…
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Live Online High School Science Classes for your Homeschool

Live Online High School Science Classes for your Homeschool

Disclosure: I was compensated for my time spent creating this blog post. What is that? My husband pointed at a jar full of….something? I wasn’t sure. We called in the kids. Three of them explained what it was, why they had set it up, and how long they planned to leave it sitting on the…
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