Preparing Homeschooled Students for College-Level Science Courses

Preparing Homeschooled Students for College-Level Science Courses

I distinctly remember my first college-level chemistry course as a newly graduated homeschool student. It was fast-paced, complicated, and required a lot more math than I realized! Many of the concepts were familiar to me, but memorizing the various charts, formulas,...

How to Foster a Love for Science in Your Homeschooled Child

How to Foster a Love for Science in Your Homeschooled Child

Believe it or not, not everyone loves science! Gasp. Did we just say that? It’s true! Perhaps you’ve already experienced this with one of your homeschooled kids. So how can you foster a love for science in your homeschooled child who wants nothing to do with it? We...

Turning Science Frustration Into Science Success

Turning Science Frustration Into Science Success

No scientist has achieved their goals or made new findings without plenty of science frustration along the way. With the world of science always changing and growing, there’s so much to learn in so little time! As a homeschool parent or teacher, you may feel this...

Polaris: The Star that Does Not Move

Polaris: The Star that Does Not Move

There once was a mountain goat who loved to climb. All day he would search for the steepest and rockiest peaks and scale them. His name was Nah-gah. Nah-gah was the son of Shinob, the Great Spirit, ruler and creator of the world. One day Nah-gah came upon the tallest...

Thor and the Toe of Aurvandil: The Story of Sirius

Thor and the Toe of Aurvandil: The Story of Sirius

The story of the god Thor and his friend Aurvandil was for centuries told around the Norse fireplace. The people gathered around; the older children stood stoically with the men and the young would cling to their mothers. An elder would be seated, and the storytelling...

Crafting the Perfect Homeschool Transcript: A Step-by-Step Guide

Crafting the Perfect Homeschool Transcript: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you plan to homeschool your child through high school, you've probably wondered what to do for a high school transcript. As a homeschooling family, you'll create your own transcript, but it's not as hard as you might think. My sister was dual-enrolled at the local...

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