Public Speaking Skills in Homeschool

Teaching Public Speaking Skills in Homeschool @ HomeschoolReviewCrew.com

Speaking in public brings everyone the heebie-jeebies. Nearly 75% of people suffer from speech anxiety or glossophobia. It’s nerve-wracking, sweat-breaking, butterflies-in-the-stomach kind of panic. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be in front of an audience of a hundred people; it could be that you’re pitching an idea to three or four of your colleagues … Read more

Homeschooler’s Higher Education Gateway Now Open

Homeschooler's Higher Education Gateway Now Open @ HomeschoolReviewCrew.com

Parents will discover the source of answers for planning high school and success beyond through the Higher Education & College Gateway. Access is free to this online collection of more than fifty relevant articles specifically intended to equip homeschool parents as they guide their students toward post-graduation achievement. Articles provide solutions for transcripts, dual credit, … Read more

Homeschool Court Reviews

Homeschool Court Reviews

This is sponsored content. Deborah Morris Burton, the creator of Homeschool Court, received her law degree from Drake University and is licensed to practice law in Maryland. She homeschooled her two children through graduation, and both now attend college.  The idea for Homeschool Court came when one of her children expressed interest in what her … Read more

PersonalFinanceLab Budgeting Game, Stock Market Game Reviews

This article is in collaboration with PersonalFinanceLab.com. Do you have a middle school or high school student that would like to learn more about personal finance? For the past few weeks, the Homeschool Review Crew has had the opportunity to use the  Budgeting Game, Stock Market Game, and integrated curriculum from PersonalFinanceLab.com.  These resources are … Read more

SchoolhouseTeachers.com – Every Subject – Every Grade – Every Student

Our 2021 Homeschool Review Crew has been given access to the Ultimate PreK-12 Annual Membership at SchoolhouseTeachers.com. They have been enjoying the site’s flexibility, where they have been able to build their own curriculum or use the information found in the Scope and Sequence to put a subject or grade together for their families. SchoolhouseTeachers.com … Read more

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