Learning at home can be fun. Right now, a lot of parents are freaking out at the prospect of schooling their kids while … [Read more...] about Learning at Home
At 18-years-old, most children will graduate from high school and head off to college a few months later. Most kids are … [Read more...] about Higher Education At Home: What Are The Benefits?
This past weekend, I had the honor of speaking at the InHome conference in St. Charles, Illinois. I presented 3 sessions: … [Read more...] about Join My Community!
Do you homeschool your boys? If so, I'd love to hear about some of your favorite books, games, resources and activities.Leave … [Read more...] about Homeschooling Boys
Have I mentioned the fact that I'm blogging for The Homeschool Classroom this year?My first post, 7 Characteristics of … [Read more...] about Characteristics of Homeschooling Families
On March 30, 2011, in response to a Boston Globe article about kids and learning, I wrote, "What kids need to learn is 1. … [Read more...] about What Kids Need to Learn
Have you seen the Boston Globe article about how babies learn? The 2011 article, "A Squeeze, a Squeak, a Glimpse of … [Read more...] about "Teaching Too Much Can Stifle Exploration"
When I agreed to present a session on Homeschooling Boys at the Wisconsin Parents Association's annual conference, I had no … [Read more...] about Homeschooling Boys
The headline was enough to make me cringe: "Top home-school texts dismiss Darwin, evolution."The accompanying graphic, a line … [Read more...] about Homeschooling and Evolution
I said the words "historical disaster" -- and my kitchen erupted into a frenzy of baking soda and vinegar, clay and … [Read more...] about In The Flow