Favorite resources about Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. An Ultimate List of Luther and the Reformation Resources for homeschool families.
We have two teenage boys in our house and you know what that means. Driving a car is just around the corner. We found two driver’s education resources that will help us prepare our teens for the privilege of driving. I hope if you have an up and coming teenage driver that you will check these programs out. Driver’s Education and Auto Shop Both driver’s
Teens need to think about thinking, studying, time management, and the future. There are all sorts of serious, sober, and expensive approaches to these topics. However, if your family has a sense of humor and likes outside-the-box ideas, Gary North’s free study course might work for you. How to Raise Your High School Grades by Half a Point in One Semester is full of quirky
This year I was looking for a way to teach my girls about the English language without teaching grammar itself. I wanted to give them an understanding of its beauty and history so that they would learn to love it and also be able to use it more skillfully. And then I was offered King Alfred’s English to review. What a perfect resource to meet
If you know Tim and Moby, then you know BrainPOP. BrainPOP is a popular website featuring engaging, educational resources. Most homeschool families know about their award-winning videos, however that is just one part of what makes BrainPOP unique. The website also boasts GameUp, quizzes, BrainPOP Jr, BrainPOP ESL, plus lesson plans and other resources for educators. It’s even available in Spanish. This post contains affiliate
When I was homeschooled I didn’t love science. I couldn’t keep amphibians and reptiles straight in 4th grade. I didn’t care about atoms in 8th grade, and by high school I simply didn’t care about science anymore. To my mother’s credit she didn’t give up, nope not even when every experiment we ever did failed if she was present for it. Every. Single. One. Eventually