Introducing North Star Geography Curriculum For High School Students

Managing Your Blessings

For those of you who are currently homeschooling high school students or will be next year, I have some exciting news for you! Bright Ideas Press, one of our favorite homeschool curriculum publishers, is coming out with a brand new curriculum for high school students – North Star Geography.  As a military homeschooling family, geography… 

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Getting Away From The Schoolroom

Getting Away From the Schoolroom

When I began homeschooling, I purchased school desks for each of my children, got new workbooks, researched all the latest curricula, and spoke with other homeschooling moms. I planned what each of my students would work on each year, made lesson plans, created weekly assignment sheets, and calculated when they would graduate high school. What… 

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Finding Your Homeschooling Feet

Pretend you’re in the market for new shoes (you probably don’t have to pretend that!). You’ve been wearing the same shoes for a long time. They are dependable and  stable. They are all you know, but something about them just doesn’t feel right. Oh yes, you’ve worn them for years! They are on your feet,… 

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Training For The Young Entrepreneur {& Giveaway}

Training For The Young Entrepreneur

Disclosure: I received an EKA course for free and was compensated for my time to evaluate the course. All the views expressed below are my own, period. Ever since our first born could communicate, she started bartering with us. She’s always had a mind to expand territories and stretch the boundaries of conventional wisdom. By… 

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Mismatched Learning Styles and Homeschooling an Only Child

NDEW and Trav working

I’m pretty sure that I was bitten by the “teacher bug” shortly after birth.  I can still picture the 1950′s-era school desks that my grandmother had in her basement and remember the joy that I got from “teaching” my younger cousins.  My lessons were complete with handwritten worksheets, manipulatives, and report cards.  I’m not sure… 

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