|Mar 31, 2015||
Teaching America's founding documents ›
In the history portion of your child's homeschool program, you probably talk about the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
|Mar 23, 2015||
Ways to teach division ›
Multiplication and division are different beasts than addition and subtraction.
|Mar 09, 2015||
Teaching your child about Women's History Month ›
Women's History Month takes place every year and honors the women who have shaped our past and future.
|Mar 06, 2015||
Is digital learning really an effective way for your children to learn? ›
With new products on the market to help teach students using technology, you may wonder whether they're really effective.
|Feb 24, 2015||
10 interesting facts about St. Patrick's Day ›
March 17 is St. Patrick's Day!
|Feb 17, 2015||
How to teach your children about daylight saving time ›
The second Sunday in March marks daylight saving time, and as you and your children get ready to "spring forward," you can use this opportunity to talk about the concept of time and why we have daylight saving in the first place.
|Jan 30, 2015||
16 fun facts to share on President's Day ›
Celebrated on the third Monday in February each year, President's Day (aka Washington's Birthday) commemorates the U.S. presidents.
|Jan 27, 2015||
Activities for teaching your child about synonyms ›
To teach your homeschooler about synonyms, try incorporating any of these activities into your homeschool program.
|Jan 20, 2015||
4 ways to celebrate Black History Month ›
February is Black History Month, which means it's a great opportunity to include important aspects of African-American history in your curriculum for homeschooling.
|Jan 16, 2015||
Tips for teaching financial literacy ›
One of the great things about developing your own curriculum for homeschooling is the ability to include lessons about invaluable life skills, such as financial literacy.