Resources for When You’re Unexpectedly Homeschooling

Welcome! We know many of you find yourselves suddenly homeschooling due to the COVID-19 crisis. If you’re feeling stressed out, overwhelmed and uncertain as you’re thrust into homeschooling, we have lots of resources to help you.

How to Know When It’s Time to Switch Homeschool Curriculum

The 19th-century British fairy tale “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” is a good place to start when considering homeschool curricula. The porridge Goldilocks sampled in the three bears’ home was, first, too hot, then, too cold and, finally, just right. The bears’ chairs and beds followed a similar pattern. The […]

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Is My Child Ready to Read?

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting the Homeschool Compass by shopping through our page! This statement may come as a surprise to you, but you have been teaching your child to read since shortly after birth! The very first time you read your baby Goodnight Moon, pointed to a stop sign while […]

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Ten Reasons Homeschooling May Be the Best Place for Your Child with Special Needs

Ten Reasons Homeschooling May Be the Best Place for Your Child with Special Needs

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting the Homeschool Compass by shopping through our page! Your homeschool may be the best place for your child with autism, Down syndrome, specific learning disabilities, or other special needs. You can T.E.A.C.H. your child to give him unique advantages from the comfort and safety of your […]

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Muddy Hands: Encouraging Little Scientists in Your Backyard

After the long days of winter, spring has finally arrived and the daylight hours are getting longer. Maybe cabin fever has taken your family by storm. There are many different activities that you and your child can do with those “extra” daylight hours. Getting outside is a great remedy for […]

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