Bring the Court Room to Your Homeschool

Bring the Court Room to Your Homeschool

Textbooks often discuss the court system, but may not offer a full perspective on how court is actually conducted. Providing a look into the way legal matters are handled on the local, state and federal level can help students better understand legislative issues of...
Untapped Homeschool Resources for History

Untapped Homeschool Resources for History

Not every history lesson has to come from a boxed set of curriculum or even from a book. Some of our family’s most interesting lessons did not come from what might be expected. Connections between time and place are often made with a bit of imagination and ‘time...
The Library and Remote Homeschooling

The Library and Remote Homeschooling

Library visits are a key component for many homeschool families. Spending time in a library with real books, newspapers, and magazines is often a natural concept for learning families. Perhaps you are in such a remote location that a library is just not readily...
Navigating the Homeschooling Age Gap

Navigating the Homeschooling Age Gap

We have been blessed with two lively and wildly independent girls, ages ten and two. Each one has her own personality filled individual creativity. The older loves inventing and industrializing her own new ideas. The younger wants to spend her time pouring lotion…