When you started homeschooling, perhaps you imagined your children happily working together—reading, cooking, gardening and learning. In your mind’s eye, your children would relish the opportunity to spend more time together and your family would become a model of closeness. ...Read More »
Articles Written By Julie C.
Perhaps you’re dissatisfied with your child’s public school experience or your child has special needs or an illness that makes regular school attendance challenging. If you’re considering homeschooling, you’re not alone. Over 2 million children are homeschooled in the U.S., ...Read More »
As a child growing up in southern Idaho, October meant one thing: spud harvest time. School was cancelled for two weeks and everyone, young and old, headed to the fields to help bring the potatoes in. Spud harvesting machinery rolled ...Read More »
If you’re new to homeschooling, one of the first questions you probably have is, “What are the laws regarding homeschooling?” The federal government regulates many areas of life, so you might expect interference here. Fortunately, you won’t find any. The ...Read More »
Pick a stereotype: political renegade, religious extremist, social hermit, or misfit. You’ve probably heard all of these names unfairly applied to homeschoolers at some point. Homeschooling families have long known these stereotypes have little to do with reality, but inaccurate ...Read More »