Homeschool View - February 2012

  • How to Speak Your Homeschooler's Love Language

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Feb 2nd

    Do your children feel loved? Do they sense your unconditional affection and support as they homeschool? Although we may think we're showing love to our children, many times our children fail to feel loved because we use the wrong... Read More...


  • Beat the Bickering Blues

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Feb 2nd

    Bickering is enough to drive any homeschooling parent crazy! As important as teaching our children academics may be, teaching them how to resolve their disagreements is even more important. Although your home may never be totally free of bickeri... Read More...


  • Bringing History to Life

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Feb 2nd

    How does your homeschooler react when you say, "It's time for history?" If you've noticed a lackluster response lately, perhaps it's time to put away those DVD documentaries and back off from memorizing countless names, dates, a... Read More...


  • Ten Tips for Homeschooling with Infants

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Feb 2nd

    Do you have a new baby on the way or one already in your arms? Wondering how you can care for his needs and still manage to teach older children at the same time? Although you may feel stressed out, homeschooling with a baby is easier than it sounds.... Read More...


  • Ten-Minute Homeschool Meals

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Feb 2nd

    Doesn't every homeschool parent need a quick and easy recipe to save them at the end of a busy homeschooling day? Whether you had more fun than planned performing the afternoon Switched-On Schoolhou... Read More...