What are Your Education Goals?

How do you define education? Have you thought about  what that word “education” means to you, for you, for your children? Oddly, I find that most of us don’t. One of the best exercises I think homeschool families can do …

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Homeschool Unit Studies: What subjects do I have to include? What about holes?

Part 3 in our How to Write Homeschool Unit Studies series by Tina Franks   So far Tina’s shared what a unit study is, and how to choose a topic, so now let’s get into the next two big questions…   …

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Homeschool Unit Studies: Choosing a Topic & Expanding On It

Part 2 in our How to Write Homeschool Unit Studies series by Tina Franks Now that you know what homeschool unit studies are, let’s talk about Choosing a Topic for your unit study…. There are endless options when it comes …

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A Homeschooling Record Keeping Tip for High School

Homeschool record keeping is my least favorite thing about homeschooling. I’m just not great with repetitive day-t0-day processes, so I tend to gravitate towards the easiest homeschool record keeping techniques that work for me, and still satisify any potential homeschool requirements we …

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Create a Homeschool Schedule that Fits You

I’ve mentioned in the Living Life at Home newsletter that I was the one that had the biggest adjustment to returning to schoolwork after the long holiday break – and the reason why was because I changed our homeschool schedule …

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