Families homeschool for various reasons, and meeting their child's true academic abilities is among the top. You may hear a lot about special needs homeschooling when it comes to developmental delays, disorders, or other seemingly negative diagnosis. But what about the other end of the spectrum? The children who seem to be advanced. I knew… Continue reading Tips for Homeschooling an Advanced Child
Your child’s education should not be something that just happens in some systematic way. It should be a journey that is nurtured naturally and fostered in a way that gives them the opportunity to reach their full potential. Let's talk about five ways to boost your child's potential along with practical ways to easily implement… Continue reading 5 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Potential
Join Blog Contributor Lisa as she talks about being thank-full for the journey of deviating from the expected. My family and I have studied a lot of history over the years. We are history junkies and can place most events in history within a hundred years or closer, depending on who you are in the… Continue reading Thank-FULL for Deviating from the Expected
Special thanks to Guest Blogger Nicky from Horses and Foals for sharing five vacation spots for kids who love horses. As an old horse lover who spent two summers at horse camp, I appreciate this special post! Humans and horses have a very unique relationship. When you introduce your kids to horses, there is a… Continue reading 5 Vacation Spots for Kids Who Love Horses
The decision to homeschool your child or children is not a choice that you will take lightly. But after coming to the conclusion that this is the right choice for your family, it’s imperative that you find the winning formula that works for you, especially when it comes down to creating your homeschooling environment. You’ll… Continue reading Creating a Homeschool Environment: Is It Important?