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    Homeschoolers Scoring High on Literature and Essay Testing (Part 1)

    How can homeschooled students earn AP or SAT II type college credit without Advanced Placement classes? More easily than you might think. Scoring well on the writing portion of such tests involves two components: harnessing and creatively expressing ideas, and organizing and formatting them correctly. Rest assured that your student probably holds the first component […]

    The Importance of Studying Mythology

    It is not uncommon for parents to be wary of teaching their children about ancient mythologies. Though it is important to guard our hearts and minds, learning about ancient civilizations is also important. This is exceptionally true of Greek mythology because the allusions are far reaching and having a base knowledge will provide important context. […]

    The #1 Way to Enjoy Your Next Museum Visit

    Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Uncategorized | No Comments

    I need to let you in on the #1 way to ensure you enjoy your next museum visit, and it has to do with LEGOs. Since we have been talking about museum visits the past few weeks, and you now have some amazing strategies to get into museums for free or cheap from my last […]

    The Foodie Generation: Taking Eating Online!

    Posted by on Apr 19, 2017 in Unique Course Content | No Comments

    The Foodie Generation                 A foodie is defined by Merriam Webster’s dictionary as “a person having an avid interest in the latest food fads.” This is not a new concept; for centuries people have been labeled gourmets, epicures, gastronomes, or gourmands.                 As a culture we are fascinated with fine foods, and we have so […]

    Homeschooling Junior High Students … You Can Do This!

    “Why in the world would I ever want to teach Junior High science?” At one point in my teaching career, this is what I would have said. However, for the last seven years that is all I have taught… and I love it! Junior High is a tough age for students. They are not little […]