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Fall Bucket List for Preschoolers

Fall Bucket List for Preschoolers

Fall Bucket List for Preschoolers Autumn is another wonderful opportunity to explore and create with your little learner. Everything is new and exciting for a preschooler which makes the learning even more of a magical experience. Check out our favorite fall bucket list activities to enjoy with your preschooler! 1 Go Apple Picking – Visit … Read More

10 Engaging Workbooks to Add to Your Homeschool

10 Engaging Workbooks to Add to Your Homeschool

10 Engaging Workbooks to Add to Your Homeschool The beautiful thing about education and learning is that it can be done from anywhere at any time. Whether your child attends a co-op or class outside of the home, your family is road schooling or you homeschool full-time, there are wonderful resources available to continue that … Read More

25 Fun For All Ages Pirate Books to Read

25 Fun For All Ages Pirate Books to Read

25 Fun For All Ages Pirate Books to Read Ahoy, Matey! Whether you are searching for books to prepare for Talk Like a Pirate Day or you happen to have some pirate obsessed students; we have got the booty! Check out our list categorized by age from preschool to high school and you are sure … Read More

Summer Fun and Sunshine Books & Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Fun Books & Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Fun Books & Activities for Preschoolers Your preschooler will love our summer and sunshine themed August activity packet. Learn outdoors and in with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all about ocean animals, sea life, and beach fun! In this pack, you’ll find crafts and activities to encourage your child to learn and … Read More

Hands-On Curriculum to Explore the Senses with your Homeschool Group or Co-op

Hands-On Curriculum to Explore the Senses with your Homeschool Group or Co-op

Hands-On Curriculum to Explore the Senses with your Homeschool Group or Co-op Learning about the five senses can be an exciting topic to explore but exploring it with a group of friends or your homeschool group can elevate the fun! Homeschool Mastery Academy has created another engaging study to enjoy with a group or at … Read More

5 Non-Traditional Ways to Teach Math

5 Non-Traditional Ways to Teach Math

5 Non-Traditional Ways to Teach Math Math is one of those subjects that you either love or you hate. Not a lot of people are in between on this one. Some people do well and learn quickly, while others struggle and have a hard time understanding it. The traditional way of learning math involves sitting … Read More

10 Cool Resources to Teach Kids Coding

10 Cool Resources to Teach Kids Coding

10 Cool Resources to Teach Kids Coding If learning how to code was a valuable skill in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, it is even more of a big deal now. Our kids can have a huge advantage over the peers if they start learning how to code at an early age. Not only … Read More

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Getting Stuck on Lesson 75 of Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

Getting Stuck on Lesson 75 of Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons With seven children and homeschooling for eight years, you’d think that I have experienced almost every single problem under the sun. Not so. After successfully teaching my children to read using “Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons,” … Read More

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families Household chores are one of those things that no one really wants to do, but they are necessary. Without them, the home would quickly become unlivable. Depending on the size of your family, doing chores around the home can be extremely time-consuming, making it difficult or even … Read More

Choosing to Homeschool a Gifted Child

Choosing to Homeschool a Gifted Child

Choosing to Homeschool a Gifted Child Gifted is a term used to identify individuals who are cognitively different than others in the sense that their intellectual, creative, leadership, or academic abilities are advanced when compared to those of a similar aged peer-group. Children who have such unique abilities need to be able to learn in … Read More