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12 Ways to Keep Your Kids Engaged: When They’re Disinterested and You’re Ready to Give up

It’s that time of year when the weather starts to warm up and students start to shut down. Many parents are experiencing end of the year burnout for the first time as they educate their children at home. Children have become disinterested in distance learning and parents are ready to…

Letter to the News Media

Yrana Avery, a mother of 3 that has been homeschooling her children for 7 years noticed while watching a news segment on Fox, that although the media is constantly talking about homeschooling, they rarely if ever include the perspective of parents that were home educating prior to the Covid-19 crisis.…

Resources for the Unexpected Homeschooler

With schools closing across the nation, many parents have found themselves homeschooling unexpectedly and are seeking free and low-cost resources. I know first hand how overwhelming searching for resources can be, so here is a compilation of blog posts and websites to help make finding resources easier. All titles are…

15 Encouraging Quotes for Minority Homeschoolers

Recently, my family and I have been in a super busy season in our homeschooling. Our days are often long and hectic with homeschool lessons, co-op classes, music and foreign language lessons, math tutoring, and one of my girls even has a part-time job. Additionally, my husband and I are…

3 Reasons to Teach Black History Year-Round

When teaching my children history, I always try to find the black presence and contribution in whatever time period or historic event we’re studying. I want them to know that Black people are a significant part of American History and that there really is no American History without Black History.…