A complete reporting, record keeping, tracking and planning software system for Microsoft Windows to organize your lesson plans, assignments and reports for Windows, including planning and recording assignments, reading lists, field trip reports, attendan
Homeschooling Book Fairs and/or Conventions can be quite large and overwhelming, especially to a first time homeschooler. Many people go with the intention ...
Allows parents to register their homeschool as an extension of the main campus.
Self-directed, phonics-based reading program on audio and videotapes.
So you're making important plans for National Get Organized Week, right?Â At this moment you are eagerly anticipating the arrival of October 4-10 so you can spend every waking moment of that joyous week reorganizing jumbled closets and straightening those messy homeschooling materials.Â Oh, what a blissful week it is sure to be! Okay, […]The post Time to Get Organized appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Several years ago, we published an article called The Most Important Way to Start the School Day. If you’ve read the article, you can see that we believe the best way to start the school day (or any other day!) is with prayer. Prayer is important for Christian parents and students. It’s the perfect way […]The post The Best Way to Start Your Homeschool Day appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Some days it’s hard to homeschool. Some days it’s hard to be the mom who cooks, cleans, teaches, trains, chauffeurs, and does the hundreds of other things we do every day for everybody. But lately I’m trying to remind myself that it’s truly an honor and a privilege to homeschool my children. It’s a blessing […]The post The Heart of a Homeschool Mom appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Math is one of those subjects that works best if you can find just the right curriculum to meet your particular child’s needs. Some children like more one-on-one teaching and guidance. Others need more freedom to learn and explore math concepts on their own.Â When my sonÂ (who has now graduated from our homeschool) was in […]The post Teaching Textbooks Free Trial and Giveaway appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Once upon a time, there was a magic place called The Book Samaritan. Â For nearly seventeen years, the fairy godmothers provided families in need with books, curriculum, and supplies so that they could homeschool their children, even if funding was tight. Â As time passed, the kingdom became a darker place. Â Trolls hid beneath […]