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Check the Fridge: A Giggle-Inducing Math Game!

Cait of My Little Poppies reviews the card game “Check the Fridge,” which she describes as a giggle-inducing game that…

Homeschool Rookie Masterclass to be Held in June 2018

In this post, Alicia Hutchinson offers some advice on how to avoid losing your mind.  Here are five tips she…

8 Great Reasons To Do Nature Study

Sonya Shafer of Simply Charlotte Mason discusses 8 reasons to do nature study, and it’s no longer just about sending…

KY Lawmakers Reach Out to Homeschoolers

In this article, TJ Schmidt of HSLDA discusses his trip to Kentucky to meet with lawmakers about legislation being introduced…

How to Know if You’re Doing Enough

In this article, Amanda Beaty of The Home School Mom talks about how to tell if you are doing enough…

The Eclectic Philosophy

Also known as “relaxed” homeschooling, the eclectic philosophy is one whereby components of several different philosophies or methods are taken…

The Traditional Philosophy

The Traditional Philosophy is the one most are familiar with, as it is the one used by the public school…

The Classical Philosophy

Perhaps the oldest of all approaches, the Classical Philosophy is a highly systematic approach with a heavy emphasis on language,…

The Unschooling Philosophy

The Unschooling Philosophy believes children are born naturally curious and eager to learn. This desire will grow as long as…

The Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori Philosophy believes children to be naturally eager for knowledge and fully capable of learning given the right environment….

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