Pros and Cons of Homeschool Co-ops

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Homeschool co-ops can be a great way for homeschooling families to get together and learn from each other. They can also provide a sense of community for homeschoolers. However, there are also some drawbacks to consider before joining or starting a co-op. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the pros and cons … Read more

Teaching Homeschoolers to Use Technology

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It’s no secret that modern technology has become a significant part of our lives. We use it for entertainment, communication, and productivity. So why not use it to homeschool our children? In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips for teaching homeschoolers to use technology. We’ll also provide some useful resources that … Read more

The Importance of Daily Exercise for Homeschool Children

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Did you know that children who exercise regularly perform better in school? It’s true! Exercise helps to improve focus, increase energy levels, and boost brainpower. However, not all children have regular exercise, especially if they are homeschooled. Children who are homeschooled need at least an hour of physical activity every day. Many … Read more

Homeschooling on a Budget

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Homeschooling on a budget can be a challenge, but it is definitely doable. Unlike sending your child to regular school and face-to-face classes, homeschooling allows your children to learn academics while staying close to the family. However, homeschooling might not be for everyone. There are a lot of factors you need to … Read more

Computer Games You Can Use for Homeschooling

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Are you looking for innovative ways to make homeschooling more fun for your kids? If so, you should consider using computer games. Computer games are common activities both for children and adults. These modern games are known for being fun and exciting. Children often spend hours playing computer games inside their game … Read more

Should you teach sewing in homeschool?

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Absorbent like a sponge, a child’s mind actively seeks out and absorbs all beneficial information from its environment daily. They adjust to their surroundings and take in all the happenings with their whole beings, not just their minds! What we teach to our children will serve as the foundation for their character, … Read more

How Do You Keep Your Kids from Playing Too Many Video Games?

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It can be challenging to keep your kids from playing too many video games. They can be addictive, and oftentimes parents just don’t have the time to monitor their children all the time. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips that will help you limit your kids’ gaming time. We’ll also … Read more

Can Robotics Be A Useful Learning Activity for Homeschoolers?

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Robots have become more and more helpful to people nowadays. As robotic technology continues to break ground in various industries across the globe, its presence becomes more valuable to humans.  For the young children at home, introducing robotics is one way of developing their curiosity in an immersive way and preparing them … Read more

Tips for Homeschooling When Living Off the Grid

Tips for Homeschooling When Living Off the Grid

Tips for Homeschooling Your Kid  While living off the grid, there are several things, such as animal care, food preservation, gardening, cooking, and many more chores, that will keep you busy and might not give you enough time to give proper attention to your kid. Homeschooling is a task that requires proper … Read more

Tips for Picking a Homeschooling Telescope

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The telescope is a relatively new addition to this ancient discipline, invented around 400 years ago. As long as the user is appropriately equipped, it can be a handy piece of astronomy equipment. Too often, people buy a telescope before they’re ready, full of great hopes and enthusiasm. However, the inexperienced observer … Read more