Homeschool Living

A Homeschool Circus

Homeschooling itself can seem like a circus sometimes! Why not celebrate homeschooling fun by taking advantage of summer freedom and sunny weather? Let the kids

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The History of Pizza

Sometimes the best learning happens without lesson plans or lapbooks. Challenge your kids to learn something new about a random topic–like the history of pizza!

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To The Moon And Back

Space Exploration for Kids Did you know the 50th anniversary of the first human moon landing is coming up on July 20? Space exploration is

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Homeschooling with Robots

Teaching robotics and other STEM subjects can be an overwhelming undertaking–especially if STEM is not your specialty!–but it is a fascinating topic with increasing prevalence

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Passover in Your Homeschool

Passover was an important event in both Christian and Jewish history and incorporating a Passover study or celebration into your family’s homeschool living is one

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Where in the World?

A geography unit study can be a great way to incorporate art, history, games, and even some fun outdoor adventure into your homeschool curriculum. Check

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Virginia Home Education Month

February is Home Education Month in Virginia, and it provides an excellent opportunity for homeschoolers to share their reasons for homeschooling and promote the benefits of homeschooling in

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Valentines Day Activities Homeschool Living Matters of the Heart

Matters of the Heart

February is National Heart Health Month, and with Valentine’s Day right in the middle of it, this Homeschool Living features Valentine’s Day homeschool activities. What better time

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