What Should You Do About Homeschool Burnout

Burnout: exhaustion of physical or emotional strength or motivation usually as a result of prolonged stress or frustration. Do you think you have it? It...

Keeping Art Simple and History Alive

Keeping history alive can be achieved by taking the time to examine both the artists and the historical events portrayed in the various genres...

Little Kids Can Now Have Fun and Learn with LeapTV Gaming Console

LeapFrog has entered the console wars with the release of LeapTV, a gaming console built from the ground up for little kids. It combines...

Homeschool Veteran Emma Right, Author of Young Adult Fiction, Announces the Factors Contributing to...

Ms. Right, speaker at the Northern California Homeschool Fair, addresses the need for excellence when home educating students and why Christian parents must strive...

Antonio Buehler Offers 5 Reasons Why Black Kids Should Be Homeschooled

Public schools in urban communities with a large population of African-Americans are being shut down by the masses. Black history month is slowly but...

What Public Schools Can Learn From Homeschoolers

If our new Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, is looking for a creative way to fix our public schools, she should look to homeschoolers. As...

Understanding Accredited Homeschool Options

The homeschooling wave has been gaining momentum over the past decade, and it’s no mystery why: homeschooling is producing confident, well-adjusted kids who excel...

How to Build a LEGO Robotics Team

Take several homeschooled boys, aged 10–14, add a pile of LEGO bricks, a robot, and a challenge to solve, and you get a LEGO...

‘Home School Student’ Redefined for HOPE Scholarship

By virtue of the enactment of Senate Bill 1773 on March 28, 2014, the Tennessee Legislature updated the definition of a “home school student”...

Get Off the Wheel of Worry as a Homeschooler

3:00 A.M. I can just make out the small green numbers on the cable box. Why did I think this couch would be more comfortable...