What Self-Care Really Means

What Self-Care Really Means: How to Beat the Winter Blahs When You’re a Homeschooling Parent By Chelsea McLeod You can’t pour from an empty cup! We have all heard that old saying, “You can’t pour from an empty cup…” but what does that mean, and how does it relate to your homeschooling journey? Parenting is […]

How to Navigate and Annotate Schoolio Digital Lessons

how to navigate and annotate Schoolio digital lessons

Are you new to the Schoolio Digital Platform? Using the Schoolio digital platform might overwhelm you, and learning a new digital system can be confusing! That’s why we are here to help guide you through every step on the Schoolio Digital platform so that you and your student will be successful while bringing fun back […]

Running Records: How to Assess Your Child’s Reading Level

Running Records: How to Assess Your Child's Reading Level

Running Records: How to Assess Your Child’s Reading Level By Chelsea McLeod Reading is a fundamental skill; it is an essential building block that supports all other types of learning. If reading is not developed, a child will struggle with other things in their schooling experience, which is just as crucial in a homeschool environment […]

Teaching Financial Literacy

Teaching Financial Literacy

Teaching Financial Literacy, Why is it Important? Written by Nakisha Blain Teaching financial literacy is crucial to a well-rounded education because money is security. If we skip teaching our kids about money, we set them up for unnecessary hardship later on in life. What is Financial Literacy?  Financial literacy is understanding how money works and […]

Downloading and Printing from the Schoolio Digital Platform

Downloading and Printing on the Schoolio Digital Platform

Are you new to the Schoolio Digital Platform? Using the Schoolio digital platform might overwhelm you, and learning a new digital system can be confusing! That’s why we are here to help guide you through every step on the Schoolio Digital platform so that you and your student will be successful while bringing fun back […]

Meeting All Learners Where They Are

Meeting all learners where they are

_____________________________________________________________________ Meeting All Learners Where They Are:  Differentiation Made Easy By Chelsea McLeod So have you been assigned your first class, or are you changing grades for the first time in years? Keep reading to find out how to make your prep easier and focus your attention on the students in your classroom rather than […]

Homeschooling and Socialization

Homeschooling and Socialization

Homeschooling and Socialization is a topic that makes many homeschool families cringe. And it’s not because their children are inadequately socialized; it’s because so many people ask them about socialization and voice their concerns. From something as simple as walking through the grocery store during the day with their children, a homeschooling parent will likely […]

Prepare Your Pre-Teen for Grade 8

Prepare your pre-teen for grade 8

How can you prepare your pre-teen for grade 8? Make sure you still let them have that fun summer that they want but also aim to keep them on track, catch them up from pandemic learning loss, avoid summer learning loss and prepare them for grade eight? It’s a huge task, but it doesn’t have […]

Prepare Your Child for Grade Four

Prepare your child for grade four

Are you worried that your child isn’t prepared for grade four or that they might lose too much knowledge due to summer learning loss? What’s the best way to keep your child on track with their learning during the summer? Should you crowd their day with learning time and curriculum? Or allow them to have […]

Prepare Your Child for Grade Three

Prepare your child for grade three

Do you feel like your child is prepared for grade three? During the summer, are you planning to help your child stay on track with their learning or have a free-for-all summer with no sign of curriculum? Do you want to ensure your child stays on track but not overwhelm them with too much ‘work’? […]