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18 Things to Do This Summer

Hint: Spray paint is highly recommended!

Stop and Dig Deeper: Developing Interest

Slowing down and focusing on one subject can be an important means of learning. 

Art Classes and Nature Journaling

Art journaling in nature is not only fun—It can hone observational skills!  Here are some ideas to get you started.

Kids and Tech: Some Current Favorites

Have you heard of the app, Seek? It identifies plants and creatures just by pointing your phone at it!

Injury Helps Top Track Athlete Learn Compassion, Endurance

This athlete was poised to make her mark as a national contender. Then a severe knee injury took her down another path. 

Let Your Kids Help in the Kitchen! Here’s How

n my own family’s chore rotation, one child was designated as assistant cook for two months at a time, shadowing me in the kitchen to (a) learn cooking skills and (b) spend some one-on-one time with mom.

Field Trip Tips: Making the Most of Your Zoo Excursion

What to bring, what to expect, how to minimize the stress on a homeschool field trip to the zoo!

12 Ways to Create Community and Love Our Neighbors

From picking up groceries for a neighbor to writing an encouraging card, here are some ideas for cultivating community. 

Kids in the Kitchen: Teaching our Children to Cook

Allowing our kids in the kitchen can allow for important learning opportunities.  

It’s All (Phonics) Fun and (Grammar) Games

Here are some fun ways to sneak extra lessons in! 

Homeschoolers Serve with a Smile During Pandemic

From distributing food to making masks—and just offering encouragement—homeschool families have been creative in finding ways to serve their communities during the COVID-19 crisis.

High School & Beyond


The Benefits of Outdoor Play Time

Long periods of self-directed play have a significant psychological and cognitive impact on children.  
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