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Homeschooling Book Fairs and/or Conventions can be quite large and overwhelming, especially to a first time homeschooler. Many people go with the intention ...
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Forest trail academy is a virtual school offering k12 online school education to the students of usa and worldwide.
RightStart Mathematics curriculum is designed for homeschooling, using the abacus teaching method.
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Homeschool to Higher Ed 9 Lessons to equip you with the necessary information to confidently and competently navigate the college application process. Find out more at ...
Hot Homeschooling Tip #3: Switch to a 4-day Homeschool Week Our homeschooling tip for today is about shaking up your routine by looking at making your Monday or Friday a curriculum-free day. Think about having a ...
AHD 006: Living In The Homeschool Refinery Without Being Consumed Have you noticed homeschooling often feels like being in a refiner's fire? There are days it seems you accomplish nothing because you spend the whole day ...
Homeschool Room Tour and Organization We switched from having a separate room to homeschooling in our kitchen/ living room. Comment below and let me know where you do your homeschool.
Day 2 of Homeschool// We Woke Up Late// This SIde of the Nuthouse Day 2 of homeschooling for the semester. We woke up late but still had a good day. Lots of lessons and fun time. Leeanna got her blood drawn and the kids did ...
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Are you worried about homeschooling high school students? Picture a homeschooling mom of high school-aged students. She’s worried that her high schoolers aren’t making the progress they should and that they don’t know everything they need to know at this point in time. She’s worried that they won’t graduate on time or that they won’t […]The post Are You Worried About Homeschooling High School? appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
I come across a lot of travel influencers who make a living on the road permanently seem like a fun, perfect, and even easy-to-obtain lifestyle. Among these are families traveling year-round, mom, dad, and kids all living like nomads, embracing the cultures of the world wholeheartedly while seeing the exotic sites of Europe, Eastern Asia, […]The post Why Travel is Vital for Your Homeschooling Family appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Do you use games in your homeschool? If not, it is time to give gameschooling a try in your routine. Gameschooling is a fantastic way to build relationships and connect with your child while learning and having fun at the same time! Parents can't ask for more than that. One of the awesome benefits […]The post Gameschooling and Homeschooling: Why and How to Incorporate Games appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Have you ever considered year round homeschooling? In this article, I’ll share my top 10 reasons for homeschooling year round. Even after 20 years of homeschooling, I’m realizing more and more the benefits of year round homeschooling! For many of our early years of homeschooling, we homeschooled according to the traditional school year calendar. We […]The post 10 Reasons Why Year Round Homeschooling Is a Great Idea appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Learning can be fun! We speak at homeschool conventions around the United States and one of our sessions is our about how to make homeschool fun. We are big believers in embracing the freedom homeschooling offers us. So we take every opportunity to present information in a way that will encourage our children to remember […]The post Fun and Educational Geography Games and Activities appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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