Learn Another Language with Mango

Learn Another Language with Mango

My 5th grader is fascinated with France. I'm not sure where her interest came from, but for years she has talked about going there and has repeatedly asked to learn french. I've always said no, figuring we would wait until high school to tackle a foreign language. Then I was introduced to the newest offering[Read More]

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #29

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #29

Happy Wednesday. We're so glad you're here! Are you homeschooling a Middle School or High School student this year? If so, you're in the right place. We love hosting Finishing Strong every[Read More]

How I Juggle the Needs of My Introvert and Extravert Learners

How I Juggle the Needs of My Introvert and Extravert Learners

We are entering our 10th year of homeschooling. Both of my children enjoy studying history, geography, and literature, and they both dislike anything related to math and grammar. Although they[Read More]

Middle School Etiquette: Teaching Communication Skills

Middle School Etiquette: Teaching Communication Skills

Historically, successful leaders in industry and government, like Abraham Lincoln, Abigail Adams, and Martin Luther King Jr., have been effective communicators. As kids get older, it's important to continue cultivating their social skills, including communication. That's[Read More]

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #28

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #28

Welcome to Finishing Strong! If you'll be homeschooling middle school or high school students this year, you're not alone. Every Wednesday, faithful readers share their amazing ideas and encouragement for schooling older children right[Read More]

Join the Homeschool Flat Traveler Exchange!

Join the Homeschool Flat Traveler Exchange!

Have you ever wished you could take your children on a trip around the country or maybe even around the world? What would it be like to see famous landmarks your[Read More]

Educational Tours at Walt Disney World for Families with Teens

Educational Tours at Walt Disney World for Families with Teens

Families visit Walt Disney World for vacations, reunions, and to celebrate special events.   Our family happens to live very close to the Disney resort area and although we often spend[Read More]

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #27

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #27

Welcome to Finishing Strong! Today we're featuring another one of our co-hosts, Kyle from Aspired Living. Don't forget to link up your own posts with us after you read all about[Read More]

Geography Activities: Geography Terms BINGO

Geography Activities: Geography Terms BINGO

Do your kids know the difference between a pond, lake, sea, and gulf? How about a savanna, grassland, and mesa? If you were stranded in the middle of a pond vs. a[Read More]

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #26

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #26

Welcome! Today we're highlighting the non-core subjects - electives. Electives can be so much fun. They are not only needed for high school transcripts, but they are also a great way for older students[Read More]

Chalk Pastels ~ An Easy Way to Bring Art into Your Home School

Chalk Pastels ~ An Easy Way to Bring Art into Your Home School

As you know, we are big fans of chalk pastels here at Education Possible. I LOVE sharing this fun and frugal art medium with other homeschooling moms, especially those who feel[Read More]

Meeting American Girl Author Valerie Tripp

Meeting American Girl Author Valerie Tripp

One of my favorite things about homeschooling is that no two days are alike. Because we control our own schedule, we have the freedom to follow our interests and take our[Read More]

Discovery Education: Using Videos in Your Home School

Discovery Education: Using Videos in Your Home School

Our annual subscription to Discovery Education is by far the most consistently used resource in our home school. We watch videos to learn lessons, to solidify lessons, and to make lessons[Read More]

Tools for Homeschooling Middle School: Teaching Science

Tools for Homeschooling Middle School: Teaching Science

This post contains affiliate links. Middle school science. Three small words, that when mentioned, immediately evoke a reaction from homeschooling parents, either positive or negative. Science was not my favorite subject growing up.[Read More]

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #25

Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years #25

Welcome to Finishing Strong! Today we're featuring a few of the best posts about homeschooling high school that you have shared with us over the summer. Homeschooling high school can be a daunting[Read More]

Tools for Homeschooling Middle School: Teaching History

Tools for Homeschooling Middle School: Teaching History

This post contains affiliate links.   "The past can hurt. But from the way I see it, you can either run from it, or... learn from it." - The Lion King Some homeschool[Read More]