• Guide for New Homeschoolers

    We recommend Time4Learning's free "Welcome to Homeschooling" guide for all new homeschoolers. This pdf document is one of the best we've ever come across for a comprehensive introduction to all the ins and outs of homeschooling. It isn't overwhelming, because it provides just the right of information, without bogging down into too many details.

  • Recent Group Posts


    Discussing Discussions

    Even with my daughter, she moves around a lot. I decided to homeschool for other reasons and then stuck with it partially because watching her, I'm thinking they'd medicate her to get her to sit still.

    Group Boring People who Hate Debate

    Started By TheFoxZoo Today, 09:31 AM
    Accidental Homeschooler

    A week for me!

    It went well. She said she didn't get homesick until Thursday, and then she cried some but the counselors made her feel better. Her comment was, "I guess I can't be away from my mom for more than

    Group Nurturing Emotional Intelligence

    Started By Accidental Homeschooler Today, 07:09 AM

    Discussing Discussions

    When my ds started taekwon do, it was pretty emotional. All these little boys (and girls!) were encouraged to RUN KICK PUNCH and SHOUT their little hearts out... it was like seeing wild animals released

    Group Boring People who Hate Debate

    Started By TheFoxZoo Today, 01:19 AM
  • Recent Blog Posts

    Expedition Homeschool

    My reviews of The Adventurous Mailbox

    I wanted to share my recent reviews of The Adventurous Mailbox. It is a fantastic product that I was lucky enough to try out and there is a great special offer on till 30 June 2015 to save you money...

    06-16-2015 08:43 AM

    What I Learned In Our First Year of Project Based Homeschool

    In our first year of homeschool I grew beyond my own perceived limits of time and energy and even fed my hearty appetite for solitude, all the while mentoring Roscoe to meet his own challenges and to...

    06-08-2015 10:39 AM

    The Power of Praising Kids

    How to encourage your child without overpraising “You are so smart!” “Great job!” You’ve likely used phrases like these, particularly when praising a young child for achievements large or...

    05-18-2015 04:54 PM

    Weekly Wrap and blurb about history

    We have started over, at the beginning, and I am SO glad. Modern history is, of course, worthwhile as a subject – interesting, intriguing, invaluable for understanding our world – but my kiddos, at...

    05-15-2015 02:43 PM