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Below you'll find a list of all posts that have been tagged as “Homeschooling”

Getting Started on Your Homeschool Journey

January 6, 2022 | Jessica Ray

It may seem overwhelming when you are exploring all of the curriculum options, local groups, styles and philosophies, not to mention staying on top of the ever-changing state laws, but we’re here for you.   We like to look at homeschooling like a hike: You … Read More

Character Counts: Stewardship

January 2, 2022 | Amanda Ainsworth

When we think about stewardship, some of us usually think about managing money, and though it’s certainly a good idea to teach kids how to make wise financial choices, perhaps you could broaden the conversation to other areas of stewardship. Even young children can understand … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Waldorf

September 7, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Budget Friendly

August 16, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Montessori

July 26, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Eco-Friendly

July 12, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Cathy Duffy Curriculum Review Summary

May 5, 2021 | Wisdom Wonder Project

If you’ve been in the homeschooling world for any amount of time, you know that Cathy Duffy is the end-all be-all in curriculum and educational resource reviewers. Cathy Duffy has been reviewing curriculum and educational resources for the homeschooling community since 1984. Cathy’s primary goal … Read More

Homeschool.com Curriculum Review Summary

January 18, 2021 | Wisdom Wonder Project

Homeschool.com has been helping homeschool families for over 20 years, and is dedicated to empowering parents to create the ideal learning environment for their child at home. Homeschool.com’s team consistently provides tools, product reviews, guides, advice, and support to all homeschooling families, and believes strongly … Read More

Homeschool Review Crew Summary

September 1, 2020 | Wisdom Wonder Project

The Homeschool Review Crew is comprised of dynamic homeschooling families that use and review homeschool products with their own children and then share their experiences. Wisdom Wonder Project was reviewed by over 40 homeschooling families in 2021, across many different platforms such as social media, … Read More

Beyond Our Curriculum: Recommended Learning Resources

May 22, 2020 | Wisdom Wonder Project

As you delve into the wonder-filled world of educating and/or homeschooling, there are some great resources out there to help you in your journey! While we provide a broad, comprehensive curricula with integrated subjects, there are some practical subjects we do not cover to complete … Read More