Homeschool Organization Ideas to Make the Most of Every Space

Homeschool Organization Ideas to Make the Most of Every Space

Homeschool Organization Ideas to Make the Most of Every Space It can be so frustrating to explore homeschool organization ideas in the Pinterest world, can’t it? I mean those pins with those precisely appointed bookshelves and totally organized desks for each student make it seem like you are somehow failing when you only have a … Read More

Homeschool Curriculum

What Everybody Needs to Know About Homeschool Curriculum

What Everybody Needs to Know About Homeschool Curriculum Plenty of families are guilty of agonizing way too much over homeschool curriculum options! It’s so overwhelming to see all the vast array of choices and styles out there, and it’s so easy to start thinking that if we just choose the right one – everything will … 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, tackling chores for homeschool families can be extremely time-consuming, making it difficult or even … Read More

sensory tray

Sensory Tray Ideas That Will Make For A Sensational Summer

Sensory Tray Ideas That Will Make For A Sensational Summer Sensory tray or bin… it doesn’t matter. What matters is the contents you put inside yours! Here at Homeschool Mastery Academy, we adore sensory play. The educational benefits to sensory trays are many. Sensory play supports language development, cognitive growth, motor skills, problem-solving skills, social … Read More

Spanish play-based learning

Play Your Way to Fluency: Mastering Spanish with Just 5 Minutes of Fun a Day!

Play Your Way to Fluency: Mastering Spanish with Just 5 Minutes of Fun a Day! Did you know that many top colleges are now requiring students to have a minimum of three to four years of foreign language study to be considered as preferred applicants? This can feel daunting, especially if you don’t speak the … Read More

The Best Homeschooling Books for Parents

The Best Homeschooling Books for Parents Ready to Research

The Best Homeschooling Books for Parents Ready to Research Are you new to homeschooling or wanting to learn more? At Homeschool Mastery Academy we’re committed to helping equip you with tips and resources for your unique homeschool. To help you begin, we’ve collected a list of the best homeschooling books to start with. You’ve decided … Read More

Homeschool Teacher

Homeschool Teacher: Why You Are The Best Person to Teach Your Kids

Homeschool Teacher: Why You Are The Best Person to Teach Your Kids How can you know that you are equipped to be a homeschool teacher to your kids? It’s just common sense! Teaching your kids doesn’t require special training or a degree in education. You simply need to know these three things: #1 You Have … Read More

How To Avoid and Conquer Homeschool Burnout

How To Avoid and Conquer Homeschool Burnout You feel overwhelmed, tired, and unmotivated. Your heart’s desire is to be with your kids and give them the best education possible, but you are struggling with even wanting to get started each morning. Can you relate? If so, you may be experiencing homeschool burnout. What is burnout? … Read More

activities based on children's books

25 Crafts and Activities Based on the Best Children’s Books

25 Crafts and Activities Based on the Best Children’s Books There is nothing more exciting than finding a children’s book that you and your child love! Your family will read that beloved book over and over. We have all done it. Another way to add to the excitement is to enjoy more crafts and activities … Read More

benefits of homeschooling

Still Not Convinced? Here Are The Best Benefits of Homeschooling

Still Not Convinced? Here Are The Best Benefits of Homeschooling When it was time for our oldest to enter kindergarten, we signed him up at a local private school. We knew that public school wasn’t a great fit for him, but we also weren’t convinced homeschooling was right for our family either. Just three weeks … Read More