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Having trouble teaching handwriting? Learn how to teach handwriting at home without tears or frustration.
This children’s classic reading list includes some must-have selections for your home library. These are great read-aloud books for younger children or independent reading for upper elementary.
Learn more about the School of Tomorrow – ACE Home School Curriculum and its advantages and disadvantages here.
Looking to supplement your homeschool curriculum with some printable worksheets for homeschooling? Links to free homeschooling worksheets can be found here!
Looking for a fun way to track your child's reading time? Here are some free printable reading charts to help track and encourage reading in your home.
Some homeschool computer programs serve as a perfect fit for families looking for an online middle school for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade.
Learning how to start homeschooling is not as difficult as it seems. However, there are a few steps to follow when getting started to help ensure a smooth transition to homeschooling.
There are a number of reasons for homeschooling. Here are the top reasons parents give to start homeschooling vs public schooling.
How important is using an accredited homeschool curriculum? Usually, it is not an important issue. However, there may be times when homeschool accreditation becomes an important consideration.
Looking for a homeschool science curriculum? Find out which options other homeschooling parents are raving about using in their homes.
One of the greatest benefits of homeschooling is being able to use a homeschool history and geography curriculum that makes history come alive for your kids.
Looking for a 7th grade reading list to supplement your child's curriculum to add to your home library? Here are some recommended choices.
Looking for an 8th grade reading list? Here is a recommended reading list for eighth grade students including biographies, classic books and short stories that are ideal for a middle school student.
Looking for recent homeschool curriculum reviews by our visitors? Find out here what other parents think of the home school curriculum choices that they have tried.
Parents often have questions about homeschooling and sports, but there are many opportunities for kids to be involved in homeschool sports.
These excellent homeschool writing curriculum options can help your homeschooler excel in this very important area of learning.
Whether you homeschooled your children at lower grade levels or not, online high school education programs are worth considering at the high school level.
If you searching for a 4th grade reading list to supplement your child's other studies, here are some recommended books for fourth grade students.
Favorite fifth grade curriculum options for homeschool students and a list of learning objectives that any 5th grade homeschool student should know.
If you are looking for a 4th grade curriculum, here are some homeschool learning objectives and suggestions for some fourth grade homeschool curriculum options.