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Scheduling: Homeschooling, the First Year

A schedule or homeschool routine is a must for a new homeschooler. But it's easy to take the wrong approach when it comes to scheduling. I chatted with our new homeschoolers on the podcast and Jolene shared her schedule with me for the blog. [button...

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How to Homeschool a Middle Schooler

If you began homeschooling in the early elementary years, chances are good that you found your groove. When you see middle school up ahead, it's easy to start getting nervous. With these suggestions, you can continue homeschooling your middle schooler like a pro....

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How to Save on an All-in-One Curriculum

I was compensated for my time in sharing these resources. All opinions are my own. I have shopped Homeschool Buyers Co-op for a long time and I love knowing that I'm getting the best possible price on curriculum. The co-op helps homeschoolers harness group buying...

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Goals and Devotions: Homeschooling, the First Year

New homeschoolers often struggle to articulate their goals. They're in there somewhere, but if they aren't made clear, these new home educators are likely to be disappointed and discouraged. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/goalsfirst" type="big"...

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How Stationery Can Help You Celebrate Milestone Moments

I received some stationery and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. My husband and I have been married for 25 years this summer. I am also turning 50. These are milestone moments worth celebrating. We are having a Hawaiian luau at our home with 100...

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How to Be a Consistent Homeschooler

My biggest homeschool struggle has been consistency. As I begin my 19th year of homeschooling, I want to take steps to grow in this area. I know I'm not alone in the struggle, so I am sharing my tips with you. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/consistent"...

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How to Motivate Your Teen to Learn Art

I received free access to an art course and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. Whether you want art to be a part of your teen's homeschooling or you want art to be a part of your child's free time, you may need to motivate your child to pursue...

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How to Maintain Math Skills in the Summer

Reading skills can deteriorate quickly in the summer without attention and so can math skills. While summer is the time when many homeschooling families take a break, making time to maintain the math skills students have gained during the school year is crucial. Here...

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