It's right there in the name: HOMEschooling. So it’s clearly implied that we are at home, schooling. But how does that look from house to house?
One of the things I love most about homeschooling is the freedom to travel. When we go, we rarely call it a “vacation,” instead, we refer to it as travel school.
Deciding which curriculum to use can feel daunting. I think it can sometimes remain arduous years into your homeschooling journey.
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How am I to meet all of these holiday expectations and homeschool? One of the hallmark benefits of homeschooling is real flexibility.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, we have an opportunity to utilize the season to show how food can play a fun role in education at home.
Once you’ve chosen a homeschooling route; picked, ordered, and received your curriculum, and even maybe done some lesson planning… now what?
Homeschooling is an amazing option that the Alaska school system offers. But you may be wondering, “can I actually homeschool?”