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Homeschooling During an Illness

By Jennifer Cullimore We all learn very quickly, that even though we may have established a routine, and are plugging along at our homeschool days, things can quickly derail us....


Fish Oil as Healing Brain Food

  By Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP, SPED Homeschool Board Member, Curriculum Partner & Therapy Partner Sometimes a subject comes up that is so wide-reaching in its impact, that it cannot...



Books for Me Too Curriculum Partner

  Books for Me Too Rachel Smith is a homeschool mom who lives with her family in Alaska. As a child, she traveled extensively with her missionary parents.  When not...



Homeschool Organization Quick Guide

  Resources for Organizing Your Homeschool Feeling a bit disorganized? Don’t panic. This guide will help you figure out ways to better tackle the clutter and chaos with simple and...


Learning to Pray in Time of Need

By Cheryl Swope, M.Ed Teach Us to Pray Good parents teach many good things every day: Share toys, tie your shoes, eat good food, and speak kindly. Good parents help...


Cheryl Swope

“All because my daughter Michelle – who has autism, learning disabilities, schizophrenia, borderline intellectual disability, and various medical conditions – said, “Mom, I want my story to help other children...


New to Homeschool

Step into special education homeschooling with confidence New to Homeschool Guide National and State Homeschool Laws Understand your homeschooling law by using our list of helpful links find my homeschool...