Health Education in the Homeschool

In public schools, health education in a very important part of a child’s education. Some schools make it part of physical education classes. Parts of health education are integrated into science. In high school, students are required to take at least one health education class in the four years. When homeschooling, health education is seldom […]

Homeschooling A Child When Life Is Crazy

Plan out a ton of activities to accentuate your child’s learning. If they’re learning about history, have them act out the time they’re learning about. They can dress up, speak like people of that time and even engage in battle, if that is what the topic is. It gives them a chance to truly experience […]

Innovative Home School Curriculum Launched for AP Statistics by APStatsProf.com

Slidell, LA (PRWEB) May 17, 2011 Designed to prepare home school students for college, APStatsProf.com introduces an innovative, online curriculum in Advanced Placement (AP) statistics. Students need to purchase the text and a calculator; all quizzes, tests, projects, and answers are provided. Statistics is required of most college majors and students who score high on […]

Homeschool Buyers Co-op Offers Exclusive Membership To YourTeacher.com For Home School Math Students

Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) July 6, 2010 Homeschool Buyers Co-op, the leader in home school resources, is offering members exclusive access for free to YourTeacher.com to help with home school math. The partnership allows members of the Co-op to use summer math programs for middle school students as well as high school students. These also […]

Homeschool Curriculum Standards Print Checklists

The following printable curriculum guides represent academic standards based on the World Book “Typical Course of Study” for preschool through high school, which is based on the Nault-Caswell-Brain Analysis of Courses of Study, the Nault-Fischer-Passow Analysis of Courses of Study, and the Caswell-Nault Analysis of Courses of Study, as well as a survey of contemporary […]

Homeschool Curriculum Review: Easy Peasy All In One Homeschool

Finding the right mix of lessons can be a great task for parents who don’t want to be bound by a certain curriculum for all of their needs. Easy Peasy All in One homeschool offers variety and flexibility for the beginning homeschooler who is trying to find their way around the process. And, did we […]

How Does Online Homeschooling Work

The tradition of imparting education to children at home has been prevalent in many civilizations. In the modern world, homeschooling, as a concept gained momentum in the 1960s, with libertarian movement gaining significance in the American society. Today, homeschooling is a recognized form of educational option in the US. It has become extremely popular amongst […]

Correspondence Schools The Big Secret In Homeschooling

Why Homeschoolers are Turning to Distance Learning and Correspondence Schools While correspondence schools used to be considered strictly post high school, the homeschooling movement has brought the market to students of all grade levels. Whether you are new to homeschooling, looking for more structure, or seeking an accredited program, a distance learning or correspondence school […]

Free Science Curriculums for Homeschoolers

The country’s economic downturn has put quite a few families in a financial bind, which means they have to decide where they want to cut back on expenses. For homeschooling families it can mean having to decide between a high price curriculum, making your own curriculum, or using a free curriculum that can be found […]

What is a good homeschool curriculum for high school?

I have recently started being homeschooled, and need a curriculum for the rest of the year. A semester-long curriculum would be great, if possible. I'm in 9th grade, but in mostly advanced classes, so it would also be good to be able to pick out individual courses I can take. It doesn't matter if it's […]