What Drives You Crazy?

What Drives You Crazy?
What Drives You Crazy? I thought I would take a break from our usual serious fare and share a brief YouTube video we made back in 2009.The boys were back from college and we had our cousins over for a visit. We decided to have some fun and make a video of one of our family's funniest homeschool memories. It is a little drama (trauma?) we call "The Frantic Plumber Song." It shows me balancing cooking, cleaning, company,...
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Guest — Linda
Thanks so much for sharing this in your e-mail. I'm all too familiar with the "just a minute, Mom", that accompanies activities i... Read More
Saturday, 21 April 2012 18:52
Guest — elaine
Same situation, different hobbies. My son plays electric guitar and World of Warfare(somewhat like chess with different character... Read More
Wednesday, 10 November 2010 07:48
Guest — Enda
This was great! I looked at some of the other vides - my very personal favorites are I Will Survive and The 14 Days of Homeschooli... Read More
Saturday, 20 February 2010 05:06
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The Teen with Multiple Interests

The Teen with Multiple Interests
The Teen with Multiple Interests Let's suppose your child is the teen with multiple interests - FILLED with activities they just LOVE doing. Suppose your teen seems interested in EVERYTHING and engaged in learning a wide variety of subjects.Sounds like a dream, doesn't it? I know that some of you are thinking, "I WISH!" (if this is you, check out my How to Create an Extraordinary Activity List for Perfectly Ordinary Teens article). But the truth...
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Guest — Amanda
I have a son like this, but I was eager to keep good records for his first year of high school and turned his interests into sched... Read More
Sunday, 15 May 2016 17:05
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Dear Amanda, That's a delicate balance---and so difficult to navigate sometimes! I have confidence that you will figure out the pr... Read More
Monday, 16 May 2016 16:16
Guest — Karen
I like what you are saying here! Can you give us an example of how to integrate the academics and the interests into "school"...le... Read More
Friday, 06 May 2016 20:25
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What Does Homeschooling Look Like?

What Does Homeschooling Look Like?
What does homeschooling look like? It looks like a child, a book, and a dog, at least in our home! Homeschooling provides a safe and secure learning environment, and a comfortable, relaxing education. Pets are welcome!There are so many benefits to homeschooling, it’s hard to list them all: rigorous academics, positive socialization, time for specialization ... the list is almost endless. Many families choose homeschooling because they believe the safety and comfort of home is the best learning environment...
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Homeschool High School: Scholarship Winning Homeschoolers

Homeschool High School: Scholarship Winning Homeschoolers
Scholarship seekers become scholarship winners!  I love to hear about homeschoolers winning college scholarships, but it doesn't happen by accident. Paula shared the story of her daughter with a senior portrait. My husband and I are so proud of our daughter, Katelynn.  Katelynn has been homeschooled since the third grade.  We are so proud of all her accomplishments, and we can't believe she just graduated from high school.  Katelynn has been accepted to the University of...
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Congratulations Katelynn!!
Tuesday, 14 June 2011 01:53
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