How to Bring Writing into Other Areas
Sneaking It In: How to Bring Writing Into Other Areas By Chelsea McLeod Writing in school is often seen as a skill linked only to English. It is often viewed as an immovable part of the curriculum and focus in this class. While this is technically true, it is not the whole picture. Not only is […]
20 Celebrities You Probably Didn’t Know Were Homeschooled.
Homeschooling has become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional learning in the last decade. According to the Ontario Federation of Teaching Parents, 1% to 2% of school-age children in North America are homeschooled. This estimates that 47,500 95,000 children in Canada are homeschooled. And 1 million to 2 million children are being homeschooled in The […]
Homeschooling can be a very overwhelming task to take on. Especially if you’re trying to search for the right curriculum to suit your families learning needs. There are so many different options out there, which can make finding the best one even more of a challenge. Having a customizable curriculum can benefit your homeschool greatly, […]
How Do You Homeschool With A Toddler?
How Do You Homeschool With A Toddler? – Guest Blog Written By Rebecca Miller Are you wondering if it’s even possible to homeschool multiple children of different ages? How can you possibly teach your 10-year-old math while your preschooler is asking for snacks every five minutes? How on Earth can you practice reading with your 12-year-old […]
Everything has a Season – Even Education
Everything has a season – Guest blog by Tawny Stowe “Everything has a season” … It’s a cliche, but for me it’s also a permission slip! As a homestead mom and an entrepreneur, certain seasons find me a little over my head! This was my first-year homeschooling. And when I began, I had these grand ideals […]
Make Learning Fun
Have you heard of Special Interest Units? The phrase may make you wonder, what exactly that could mean? And why would that be important for your child’s education? Using these compact units of learning can make learning fun for our kids. While also helping our children discover their passions and desire to dig deeper on […]
Anxiety and School
Anxiety and School – Guest Blog by Meredith Blunt I am so glad to be writing for Schoolio again. This time about something a little heavier than my last guest blog but a subject near and dear to me. I’m writing this with no expertise (not a doctor!) beyond my own experience as a parent […]
“I’m Bored” – Let Your Kids Be Bored This Summer
When the “I’m bored” complaints start to roll in. Summer break has started and with it comes a flurry of excitement and potential plans. Beaches, swimming pools, playgrounds, and water fights, may just be some of the exciting activities calling your kids names. My kids always get so thrilled for summer and the potential it […]