Homeschool Blog

    After having their requests denied to homeschool their daughter, a Swedish-American family has taken their case to Sweden’s Supreme Court, but Ellinor and Daniel Peterson likely have a long fight ahead of them. Read More...


    A great time of year to take a homeschool road trip to a warmer state, winter can also be a dangerous time of year to travel. To keep your family safe, check out the top 20 items to include in your winter survival kit. Read More...


    A school district policy in Virginia is creating controversy over a requirement for homeschoolers to provide a statement about their religious beliefs to the school system. Read More...


    Check out four tips from Alpha Omega Publications designed to help homeschool parents teach children to build healthy habits. Read More...


  • 3 Fun Ways to Tie a Scarf

    AOP

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Jan 8th
  • Whether you’re trying to stay warm while facing the frigid cold or you simply want to stay stylish, scarves are the solution. Check out three fun and simple ways to tie a scarf that are sure to add a little warmth and flair to your wardrobe. Read More...


    Through the help of HSLDA, a homeschool Mom in Virginia has filed a lawsuit against social workers for wrongly taking her two children from her home last year and temporarily placing one child in public school. Read More...


  • 3 Biblical Reasons to Learn a Foreign Language

    Samuel Gesch

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Jan 6th
  • Why study a foreign language? This is a question that is on the lips of many people in the USA, children and adults alike. It is heard in schools, on the street, and in the workplace. “Why should I learn ______ ?” Sometimes this question is voiced in frustration, sometimes in rebellion against a situation, and sometimes with legitimate curiosity. The answers to this question are numerous. They range from “you need it for college” to “to get a good job” to “in order to witness.” As Christians we need to ask for biblical reasons first, not the reasons that our culture gives us, even though some cultural reasons are very good. So, are there any biblical reasons to study a foreign language? Read More...


    A season of new beginnings is upon us once more, and the start of a new year seems a fitting time to set fresh goals and work toward an exciting, new future. While forming homeschool resolutions for the new year is refreshing, at times it seems a bit daunting too. However, with the right mix of optimism and determination, achieving resolutions can be a cinch. As you create goals for the upcoming year, here are a few tips and tricks to help you succeed.  Read More...


  • Top 10 Homeschool Topics of 2014

    AOP

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Dec 30th
  • From Sage Kotsenburg’s Olympic gold medal to the Duggar wedding, take a look back at the top 10 Homeschool View articles from 2014. Read More...


  • Sweet Popcorn Snowballs

    AOP

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Dec 23rd
  • If you’re looking for a tasty new treat recipe to try with your homeschool family, these sparkling popcorn snowballs taste as good as they look. The hardest thing about making them is avoiding the urge to start a snowball fight with the family while you’re packing the perfect snowball! Read More...