As parents start getting their students ready for home schooling or remote learning with the help of a caregiver, they will also have to start thinking of extra questions they will have to ask related to COVID-19.
Trisha and Luke Gilkerson from Journey Homeschool Academy have put together not just one, but TWO FREE summer courses for families. Your family is sure to enjoy one of them — check out Backyard Bugs or Summer Stargazing. All you need is a backyard and the videos they’ll send right to your inbox!
My kids have been studying astronomy this year in their homeschool co-op so I’m looking forward to adding some more enrichment through the Summer Stargazing course.
Instead of a summer full of good intentions (but with little more than a sunburn to show for it), do summer RIGHT this year. Sign up here for the FREE Summer Stargazing course or Backyard Bugs and jump in with us.
In January, when history professor Karen Miller first arrived in Manila, the Philippines, she expected to spend several months studying internal migration patterns in the Southeast Asian country. As a Fulbright Scholar on sabbatical from her job at LaGuardia Community College, she quickly enrolled her eleven-year-old son in an elementary school program and began to settle in.
Religious freedom advocates are celebrating after Cuban authorities decided to release a Christian mother from jail. Expósito Leyva was imprisoned along with her husband, Pastor Ramon, after refusing to send their children to a government-run school. The couple had opted to home-school their children in order to avoid them being indoctrinated with socialist and atheistic ideologies.
Whether you’re looking for something to spark interest in biology, or you need an instructive distraction to prevent a meltdown over long division, here are nine films to start with.