Tag: sports

Olympic Games

By Nick Maker. I can’t wait until the Sochi Winter Games will come, why do I love the Olympic Games so much?

The Sports Report

By Caela Sport Events in November 2013 NFL: In week 9 there are 12 games the teams on a bye that week are the Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, and the San Francisco 49ers. Week 10 there are 14 games the teams on bye that week the Cleveland Browns, […]

How to Work Physical Fitness Into Your Homeschooling Program

By Ken Myers Physical education has suffered drastically in the past few years, with schools cutting PE classes from their programs despite the growing childhood obesity epidemic. So it should come as no surprise that homeschooling faces the same problem as public schooling: how do we get our children motivated to move more during the […]

October Sports Report

By Caela The NBA and NHL Seasons Start The NBA and NHL seasons are about to kick off! The reigning champs for both sports are the NBA’s Miami Heat and the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks. Both seasons start in October. The NHL season starts October 1st.  The games that day are the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. […]

The Sports Report

By Caela The 2013-14 NFL Season Begins! The NFL season is finally here, it has been a long summer but it will be worth the wait. There has been quite a bit of changes in the NFL this summer. Brian Urlacher retired from a 13 year career with the Chicago Bears. Tim Tebow is now […]

The Sports Report

by Caela The 2013 Open Championship This years’ Open Championship was at Muirfield in Gullane, Scotland.  The winner of the 2013 Open Championship was Phil Mickelson. Here are some things about Phil Mickelson and his career. Phil is 43 years old; he was born June 16 in the year 1970; in San Diego, California. He […]

The Sports Report

By Caela The Stanley Cup Finals In the third round of the Playoffs the Boston Bruins beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4 games to none to go to the Stanley Cup finals twice in three years. The Chicago Blackhawks beat the Los Angeles King 4 games to 1 to go to the Stanley Cup finals twice […]

Eric C. Taylor: Former Homeschool Athlete Helping Other Homeschool Athletes Obtain Sports Scholarships

Homeschool… Athlete? Yes, hundreds of homeschoolers all over the country spend their PE and extracurricular hours participating in organized high school sports (of every sport) with other homeschoolers, many times against private or other homeschool teams (some of you know this full-well, busy busy!). Furthermore, in certain states, homeschool athletes are competing along with public school […]