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Simplify Your Life

Monday, 16 March 2015 by

  Maybe you’ve received emails or read Facebook posts about simplifying your life. Sometimes those hacks work; sometimes they don’t. Well, has a sure fire way to simplify your life. In fact, it’s already working for those who have tried it. Our site has been revamped. It is simple to use. The courses you

Schooling by the Book

Saturday, 14 March 2015 by

  Though we might sometimes wish to throw out the box and homeschool entirely by life learning, we can’t get away from books. And that’s a good thing. So many exciting and wonderful things can be discovered through books. Michelle Miller puts together a Monthly Reading List each month to help you find interesting books

Schooling Outside of the Box

Friday, 13 March 2015 by

  When much of our homeschooling happens through materials that arrive in a box, isn’t great to know some of it can happen outside of the box? Homesteading with Lisa Barthuly is one of those classes. Designed with parents in mind, older students can begin to learn about homesteading through careful supervision. There are currently

What Will They Be?

Thursday, 12 March 2015 by

  It’s hard to imagine what our preschoolers will do for a living two decades down the road or in which direction God will lead them, but you can introduce them to different professions through ABC What Will I Be? Alecia Francois will be providing twenty-six weekly lessons that look at various professions through the

What’s Outside?

Wednesday, 11 March 2015 by

  Winter has had most of us cooped up for months. You might have forgotten what it looks like out there. Even if you don’t want to venture out into the cold, the entire family can join Erin Dean for her Nature/Outdoors class. Each unit comes with two separate tracks, so you can do both

What’s on the Inside?

Tuesday, 10 March 2015 by

  Have you ever used the phrase, “I wish I knew what made them tick”? Sometimes knowing what is on the inside can help you to answer that question. Biology with Ruth Sundeen seeks to help middle school and high school students with this very dilemma by providing several classes on dissection. Her first dissection

Engineered for Explorers

Monday, 09 March 2015 by

  Are you looking for a fun and educational field trip? Why not travel to Paris or New York? How about Washington, DC, or the Grand Canyon? Wouldn’t it be fun to go globe-trotting? I don’t know about you, but we don’t have the time or the money. Join me in my Introduction to Architecture

Unlimited Potential

Saturday, 07 March 2015 by

Once we see a need and respond to it, a child’s potential can be unlimited. Special Needs with Judi Munday addresses some of the challenges that parents face today—dyslexia, processing disorders, difficulty reading, etc. Through nineteen lessons, Judi assists parents with writing goals and choosing curriculum, modifying and adapting curriculum, teaching students with dyslexia to