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Reality Teaching Through Unit Studies

By Peggy Ployhar Unit studies are a hands-on approach to learning.  Through multi-sensory activities and immersion learning, children relate to concepts, confront challenges, solve open-ended questions, and come face-to-face with...



Am I Doing Enough?

By Tracy Criswell It’s a question that has plagued me since starting back with homeschooling our four children: “Am I doing enough?” This summer our family has dealt with three...


Scheduling Guilt

By Amy Vickrey, MSE In the last few months I have gained responsibilities and had my time shortened to a few hours in which to homeschool. All of this time...




Crossing the Homeschool Bridge to High School

By Tracy Criswell Homeschooling a child with different needs can be overwhelming, especially during the junior high years. Then when you get to eighth grade, you and your child have...



Embracing Schooling “Outside the Box”

  By Jennifer Cullimore   I talk to many parents who are interested in homeschooling, but they don’t know where to begin.  Many of these parents have kiddos with significant...


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...