Another book to add to our list for families living or moving internationally! Thanks to author Clare Rowe for sharing with us about her book, The Big Move. Find the link to our complete booklist in the comments below.
Help for temporary homeschooling — how to take control of the learning experience, find resources, manage your time, and more!
We've updated our own list of free online resources! This is a great list of sites that are always free. Lots of subject areas — reading, writing, math, art, PE, and many more!
Reading is probably the best educational activity your child can do, especially if they're homeschooling right now. Lots of mobile apps support reading or prereading, and we've listed some of the best ones here.
Another great FREE online resource for families educating at home. Scholastic has launched a Learn at Home website with daily courses for students from pre-kindergarten to grade 6.
Check out these free subscriptions for educational resources, which several companies are offering as millions of kids face school closures. This is a great opportunity for families using home-based schooling!
"Over 300 million children worldwide are suddenly being homeschooled, as the Covid-19 epidemic shutters schools for weeks."
Helpful advice for those who need to temporarily educate their kids at home — due to travel, relocation, school closures, or many other reasons. World Family Education has lots of information for those considering homeschooling for the first time - check the comments.
"Dyslexia is common, affecting 5 to 17 percent of students."
Check out these great ideas to help students with dyslexia. Most of these suggestions from Edutopia.org may be used in the traditional school setting or while homeschooling.