Fun Ways to Keep the Springtime Learning Going!
This has been a year like no other for children across the nation, with social distancing and other pandemic-related challenges preventing them from doing many of the springtime activities they’re used to this time of year. With the end of this challenging school year drawing near, and with the weather getting nicer, it’s not surprising […]
Preparing Your Students For College Admissions
For both traditional and homeschooled students attending college after high school, the admissions process can be daunting. Most students apply in January or February of 12th grade, find out admissions decisions by April, and make their college choices by May 1. That means that high school seniors are already involved in this process and that […]
Earth Day Projects for Homeschool Families
Eco-Friendly Ideas for Going Green This month we celebrate Earth Day. First celebrated in 1970, it was started by former Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson to bring to light the importance of taking care of our planet. There are so many ways to nurture Earth and protect it. It doesn’t matter how old you are or […]