Tag Archives: Media

Kids Today, Teens Tomorrow

Today as you homeschool your little kids, you are educating your teenagers of tomorrow. During those needy, labor-intensive little-kid days, it’s hard to see the distant teenage years. In fact, thinking back on all that time and effort I put in—most of which my children don’t even remember now—I’m tempted to think that it wasn’t […]

Cyber Socialization

“What about socialization?” Homeschoolers have been fielding this question for two generations now. The responses range from positive reassurance (“Our kids are involved in church/sports/clubs/volunteer work”) to defensive (“Mainstream ‘socialization’ has a lot of negatives that we want to avoid”). The good news for today’s homeschooling parents is that the answer is a lot easier […]

I Hope We All Make It

My induction into the homeschooling community began before having the internet was commonplace. The only way to connect or plug-in with other like-minded families was on the local level. Homeschool support groups provided outlets to share about curriculum, learning styles, extra-curricular activities, and other topics that were important to those taking on the task of […]

Becoming a Facebook Friend

In reading about the world’s first explorers with my children, it was commonly believed that seamen venturing into the great unknown would fall off the edge of the world into oblivion. For parents concerned about the possible negative influence of the online social networking “world”, there’s hope and help as you navigate this new sphere. […]

All the Things You Can Think!

Basecamp is a communication and organization software company that offers accounts to project managers to help them successfully monitor project status, which requires effective communication and efficient organization. Basecamp software simplifies the communication process to help people streamline collaboration on various projects. This high tech tool will be a marvelous asset to any tech savvy […]