Homeschooling Helps for All Homeschool Styles

This article is in collaboration with Joyce Herzog. Dr. Joyce Herzog is an author of many educational products and a gifted teacher. She taught for over 25 years in classrooms of learning disabled students and has been working with homeschooling families for over 20 years. She is a sought after speaker, author, and consultant conducting … Read more

Homeschooling English Language Learners

Not even knowing who they were, I loved them fiercely.  In November 2009, I laid eyes on their sweet faces.  For four months, I memorized every detail of their photographs and poured over every word of our periodic updates.  Then, finally, February 15, 2010, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, I was able to meet two of my … Read more

Math Rider Review

Members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew have recently had the opportunity to review Math Rider.  This computer-based math game is designed for students ages 6-12 to allow practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts for numbers 1-12.  Rather than a boring pencil and paper drills, the four operations are each practiced and mastered through … Read more

A Homeschool Lost and Found

If only our school had a “lost and found” box.  Unfortunately, I don’t think that will even help.  I would actually have to find things first in order for them to be in that box. Help me!  I’m homeschooling a house full of little people and lost items are a regular occurrence.  The hardest part … Read more

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