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The Great Spaget Project

When was spaghetti invented? Why, I’m glad you asked! 

Homeschool Family’s Christmas Concert a Gift to the Community

What started as a concert in their basement is now a much-loved event that draws thousands and raises money for charity.

Outside in Winter? Won’t You Freeze?

Cold weather doesn’t have to mean banishment from the outdoors!

6 Ways to Celebrate Constitution Day with Your Family

From reenactments to colonial cooking, these ideas will add some educational fun to your Constitution day!

Summer Dreams, Summer Sighs

That age-old battle between goals and reality.  

The Year of Letting Go

Homeschooling has allowed me to prepare my children for adventures of their own. 

Making Micro-Communities

In our rapidly changing world, communities are as important as ever.

Sample Extracurricular Sheet

Wondering how to put together your high schooler’s extracurricular sheet? View or download a sample sheet.

Three Tips for Stress-Free Nature Study in the Early Years

How can we get our preschoolers and young families out of doors—without losing our sanity—when we face so many obstacles? As a homeschooling mama of 4, I have three tips.

Pages from the Past

How a family trip to the library archives became both fun and educational! 

How a Teen with Asperger’s Became an Entrepreneur

He used to avoid talking with people. Now he’s a spokesperson for how homeschooling can help other struggling students.

Outside the Box Solution Nets Homeschooler a Shot at College Lacrosse

This family overcame many obstacles by employing perseverance, faith, and a great deal of team effort.

What about Socialization?

The better question is, “What about healthy socialization?” Homeschooling may be the answer.

Cultivating a Heart of Kindness

If you’d like to more purposefully involve your kids and encourage an attitude of giving, here are a few fun ideas.

Homeschooler’s Novel a Double Triumph

While publishing a story about teens resisting an oppressive regime, Joel had to overcome some difficulties of his own. 

How This 15-Year-Old Inventor Earned a Seat at the International Science Fair

This homeschooled student’s cutting-edge prototypes have earned him awards in science, engineering, and sustainability.

In Celebration of His Gift

Encouraging generosity during the holiday season deepens our eyes to the deeper meaning of Christmas. 

6 Games that Make Learning Fun

If you’re looking for fun and educational gifts, you’ve come to the right place! 

Advent-ures in Reading Aloud: 6 Holiday Favorites

In our homeschool, we look forward to the coming of cold winter for reading books. Here are some holiday favorites.

Meg Directs a Siege

Who said learning Roman history had to be boring? 
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