Low-key, low-prep resources you can use to study 9/11 in your homeschool.
Journaling doesn't only polish the writing skills of students, but brings them a lot more long term benefits that parents might not be aware of. Read this blog to understand why you need to encourage your child to start writing journals.
We need to reflect and learn from our previous homeschooling year so we can make the necessary changes if needed.
HSP's second reading challenge is here!
The idea of homeschooling can seem overwhelming for new homeschoolers. However, homeschooling is easily achievable, if you plan and prepare before embarking on the journey.
Summer is here & that means it's time to pull out the summer reading lists! And summer reading challenges are one of the quintessential summer reading activities. So HSP invites your kiddos (and YOU) to join us as we challenge our way through three sets of summer reading challenges.
Planning from behind can be a simple solution to stay on top of record-keeping without the hassle of pre planning.
Before you break for summer, let's wrap up the year!. Here are 5 tasks to do in HSP to make sure you're ready for next year.
To help children achieve true success now and later in life, they must be confident in their inner abilities and satisfied within. In this blog post, homeschooling parents can learn how they play a vital role in positive youth development and make children's lives more meaningful.
There are a lot of Valentine's Day activities on the internet. But what if you want something simple? Something low-prep? Homeschool Panda has eight ideas for you!