Fun Physical Activities for Young Children! (Dr. Craft’s Active Play! Books Review)

Homeschooling with toddlers and preschoolers in the house can be challenging, to say the least! Coming up with creative ways to keep them occupied, engaged, and out of trouble can test the patience right out of the best of us. Dr. Craft’s Active Play understands this challenge and has designed Active Play! Fun Physical Activities for … Read more

Schoolhouse Review Crew Bloggy Convention — Day One

Welcome to our 2nd Annual Schoolhouse Review Crew Bloggy Convention! Homeschool convention season is upon us, but we know that not everyone is able to get to the many homeschool conventions available this time of year. So we’d like to help you out by sharing 25 of the Crew’s favorite products from our 2012 review … Read more

College Common Sense Review

  This article is in collaboration with College Common Sense. College Common Sense is a program designed to help families understand the process for finding and obtaining financial aid for college.  Developed by Denise Ames, a financial aid counselor at a university in Texas, College Common Sense is applicable to parents of students of any age.  … Read more

Homeschooling Special Needs Children: Combining Therapy and Homeschooling

Homeschooling Special Needs Children: Combining Therapy and Homeschooling

Homeschooling special needs kids can definitely be challenging, but it is also very rewarding. As we homeschool, we can combine therapy and homeschooling. And we are able to tailor to the needs of our children as well as acknowledging their special needs.

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