Farrar, Jill, and Suji share thoughts on designing a high school class at home.
If things really aren’t working, back up and let the kids be in charge for a little while.
It’s a good idea, once in a while, to re-assess your homeschooling routine.
If using the Common Application, the School Profile offers one more valuable opportunity to showcase how you homeschool.
Jill and Farrar offer tried and tested tips in a two-part podcast.
Using time creatively when homeschooling can help your child to feel more ownership.
Not sure how to evaluate a potential curriculum or textbook? Ask yourself these questions.
The gifted mind comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes and even gifted curriculum might not work for your advanced child. If you have experienced this, you are not alone.
Looking for a starting point for planning a homeschool year? Simplify has sample plans.
Feeling guilty about using more and more outside providers in your homeschool? Don’t!
The things you think you need as a new homeschooler may not be necessary. Ten things you probably don’t need to start homeschooling.
Suji suggests an approach to helping gifted learners stay excited about their homeschool lessons.