Homeschooling Does Not Have To Be Scary

With private tuition rates rising and public schools deteriorating, more and more parents are opting to home school their children. A child shouldn’t be removed from a classroom without careful consideration. Before making a big decision about educating your child, read the following tips and advice. Textbooks are important but they should not be your […]


I See What You Mean

Think of English class and what comes to mind? Probably topics related to literature, poetry, and writing. Probably not graphs. Those are relegated to math and science classes. But why? Students encounter graphic information, or infographics, in nonfiction texts across disciplines, in textbooks, professional articles, newspapers, magazines, and online. Most state standards and Common Core […]


Heart-pounding Literature Apro-Poe for Halloween

In the realm of high school English classes, a commonplace trigger that prompts students to read classic literary pieces is usually teacher prodding. An exception to this exercise is the work of Edgar Allen Poe. His writing is brilliantly spooky, and often musters interest by the most indifferent of students. Poe’s multi-dimensional horror is a […]


Halloween Safety

Keep the subject of Halloween fun and educational by exploring the following web sites with your class. They will learn safety tips to take the fright out of trick-or-treating. A study of pumpkins is sure to keep your students’ attention. With so many new sights and sounds on Halloween, what is fact and what is […]

Tips On How To Homeschool Your Kids

While it can be challenging, homeschooling your children can create many lasting memories and a great education. Removing a child from a traditional classroom environment requires careful thought and a lot of advance planning. The following article will offer you some solid advice for homeschooling. There is more to learning than textbooks. Use things like […]



Each November brings images of America’s first Pilgrims, reminding us that Thanksgiving is near. Let’s jump back in time and learn about the Pilgrims, their Indian allies and the first Thanksgiving feast. In this month’s Internet Challenge™ we will discover interesting facts about the Plymouth colonists and Native Americans as we read the history behind […]

Create A Solid Foundation For Homeschooling By Following These Tips

So you want to homeschool your kids? Have you really thought things through? You need to plan carefully to ensure that your children’s homeschooling experience is a positive one. This article will help you learn more about homeschooling. Do not forget to include breaks in your schedule, as children have a limited attention span. Studying […]


A Face-lift for Franklin

Money, moola, lettuce, loot, long green, Benjamins, bills, bones. No matter what you call it, money is at the heart of much of what we do. Protecting our money is important. On October 8, a new $100 bill hit the streets. The new currency still features Ben Franklin, but it also includes new anti-counterfeit measures. […]

New Methods For Better Homeschooling In Your Home

Homeschooling can seem difficult. It really is not that hard. You can do it and give your kids a great education. You can protect your children’s safety and give them a great education by teaching lessons at home. The following article will give you the tips you need to get started. Try to make everything […]

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