Shakespeare has some great insults Shakespeare has some of the best insults ever. The insults often come across as funny, but sometimes they are outrightRead More »How to Use Insults from Shakespeare Effectively
High school! A time when your learners become truly independent self-learners on their way to lifelong learning.
Here you will find articles relating to deciding if you can homeschool during high school, transcripts, using all kinds of new resources, thinking about college and how to minimize college costs, and deciding if you need to take standardized tests or CLEP tests. Also, helpful articles on how to apply Charlotte Mason principles along the way.
Is it important to study Shakespeare? Yes. Why? How Is Shakespeare relevant today? Naturally, the relevance question must be asked since the guy lived andRead More »Why is it important to study Shakespeare?
Today, I am excited to have a guest post from regular contributor (and also my son) Josh Rudd. In today’s post, Josh looks at waysRead More »3 Ways to Reduce College Costs in High School
Part 3— of Top 10 Habits for Learning: the Advanced Habits Welcome to Day 3 of looking at my favorite top 10 habits for learning!Read More »Grow Your Brain: Advanced Habits for Learning
Want to learn how to get credit for speech club in high school as a homeschooler? Does the idea of homeschooling a high school classRead More »How to assess high school credit for speech club