Last year I received the book Grading With a Purple Crayon for review. The subtitle is “A Developmental Approach to High School Composition for Homeschooling Families” and the book was written by Dena M. Luchsinger. All I can say is “Wow” and “Oh, how I wish I had had this book sooner!” The book is […]
Career exploration for High School students can be fun and exciting. After all these years of home schooling, your child can start to investigate what it is he/she will be able to do the rest of their life. The little weE-book published by the Old Schoolhouse Magazine called Career Exploration for High School Students introduces […]
College from home is a concept that is gaining more and more popularity. We homeschool our children up through High School, why not keep going? With the Internet almost anything is possible these days.
After looking over College Prep Genius some more and now that we have our ACT scores back, I thought I would post about this course again. Like I said in my last post, my daughter
When thinking about homeschool high school planning, many Moms start breaking out into a cold sweat. Teaching reading, writing and math have become a routine now, but those high school subjects can be pretty intimidating. If you sit down when your child is in 7th or 8th grade and start filling in when they will […]
There are various websites that offer free homeschool math worksheets so I thought I would list some of them for you here.
Homeschool Library Builder is a free site that you can join (for free) to help you find books for a literature based homeschool program like
America’s Heritage – an adventure in liberty is another great resource to use for homeschooling History and it is free! I received a review copy of this disk and was pleasantly surprised. Although this curriculum/resource is
A few months ago I became aware of a program for homeschool High School students who want to homeschool college or at least get a head start on college while in High School. This is such a cool concept, I wish I had come up with it myself.