Nowadays, schools and teachers require students to do homework online. Additionally, the internet has become the primary method for children to study for projects, tests, and assignments. Unfortunately, that does not mean that it is a completely safe way for children to learn. In fact, the Internet poses many potential problems for a child’s safety when studying online. Continue Reading →
English writing is one of the toughest assignments for a homeschool student. Even if they grew up speaking English, students find it hard to write a flawless piece of literature. A strong command of English language in not only speaking but also writing portrays understanding, intelligence and a sense of class.
Whether you child is writing a 500-word essay, short story, book or a blog post, the content is judged based on good grammar. For this reason, there is a growing number of grammar tools that can help writers in preparing their content. Below are some of the most powerful tools used by many authors, students, and professors. Continue Reading →
If you have a special needs child that you homeschool, there’s a good chance you’re often looking for new ideas for crafts to delight and entertain them while helping them develop skills. Of course, it will depend on your child’s abilities/disabilities when it comes to what they can work on, but you should have a good feel for what both you and they will be comfortable with. Now that spring is here, I thought it might be fun to focus on some thematic activities. Continue Reading →
If you ask a child if they want to visit a museum, you might be met with an incredulous look. Without having experienced the wonder of a museum, kids may be inclined to think that it would be a boring experience. After a great trip to any museum, though, kids are often inspired, excited, and passionate about a subject that they never knew they were interested in. That’s the power that museums hold to transform perspectives and shape futures. Continue Reading →
If you’re a parent, keeping your family safe is likely the top priority throughout the year. It can be increasingly difficult to do that, however, as your kids get older and more independent. Even when children are young, it’s hard to keep tabs on them every minute of the day; anyone with a toddler knows how lightning-quick they are.
The good news is that there are tools you can use to keep everyone as safe as possible when they aren’t within your eye-line, no matter what age they are. Technology is really a parent’s best friend, so use it to your advantage. While some of the gadgets on the market are a little expensive, they’re worth the price if they can give you peace of mind. Here are some of the best gadgets and apps. Continue Reading →