Effective homeschooling involves these five study habits.
Transitioning your teen from public school to homeschooling can be an immensely rewarding experience.
Introduce entrepreneurship and business into your teen’s homeschool education.
What are they teaching in schools these days? It sure isn’t real science. It’s time to learn about Human Biology and Anatomy!
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It’s time to overhaul the public education system. Homeschooling is the way to go!
If you’re homeschooling a teenager, don’t be afraid to be unconventional with your methods.
Your teens are in an important transition period between childhood and adulthood, and there are many life skills they need to learn.
Getting ready for a new homeschool year can be a lot of work, but it can also be a fun bonding experience for the whole family.
Your teens are on the verge of adulthood and they need to practice responsibility so they can take charge of their lives and be independent.
Here are some fun ways you can teach history to your homeschool students.
Teens need time to goof off and forget about other people’s expectations before school starts again.
Try these few tips in your house to create the ideal homeschool environment!
Parents, keep these tips in mind to help educate your teens about money and finances.
The power of scent could make all the difference to happier, healthier homeschooling. Ahhh, the sweet smell of success!
By doing these steps you’re far more likely to successfully finish your semester with planning and control rather than cramming and sheer luck.
There are several different methods for motivating your homeschooled teen to get their schoolwork done.
The religious, racial and ethnic composition of homeschooling families is becoming more diverse.
Here are three ways to motivate a homeschooled teen.
If your teenager is having trouble focusing on his or her homeschool studies, see what you can do to help them stay focused.
Homeschooling can be an excellent approach to providing a tailored education for teens on the spectrum.
Getting into a college may seem like a daunting task when you are in high school, so it helps to have the right guidance.