As a homeschooling parent, you are probably very aware of that lack of drive that can happen after the rush of holidays at the end of the year. Molasses isn’t the only thing that runs slowly in January, and this mid-year slump comes to us all, whether we’re homeschooling newbies are veteran educators.

Why not use this season to start a new tradition of interesting outings and field trips? It’s fun, the whole family can take part, and if you play your cards right, you won’t have to spend an excessive amount of money. Here are some ideas I came up with.

With so many great benefits associated with simple acts of gratitude, why not try some for yourself? You might be surprised to find that these aren’t simply “results of scientific studies” but can actually become real in your own life.

The “pilgrim story” is quite well-known, but do we know it as well as we think we do? As we take this trip back through history, let’s see what lines up with what you know when laid alongside some true history.

There are tons of resources available for homeschoolers. However, attending one of our seven regional Great Homeschool Conventions could be just the resource you need!

These days, it seems like the public education system simply always was, but that’s not entirely true. It’s a routine that many know as “forced schooling,” and what better term for it?

Making the choice to homeschool your child or children is always the best choice. Not only does it give you the freedom to tailor their specific academic program to their strengths and style of learning, but it gives you so much freedom as well.

When you homeschool, resources are of the utmost importance, especially when you are just getting started. However, seasoned homeschoolers will tell you, that finding the right ones can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. We're here to help!

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