For my little family of five, travel is a family legacy: It’s a priceless inheritance that’s been passed on from one generation to the next. My […]
Much-Needed Vacation & Encouragement at Teach Them Diligently Nashville
For the past three years, a Teach Them Diligently Convention for homeschooling families has taken place fairly close to my home state of Oklahoma. The first […]
Travel is… the Ultimate Educational Adventure!
This month NextGen Homeschool is joining 30 other family bloggers for the “Travel is…” Family Travel Blogging Series at Word Traveling, where we’ll be providing practical and personal insights into […]
Top Homeschool Posts of 2014: Hands-On
Welcome to NextGen Homeschool’s Top Homeschool Posts of 2014 Series! This week we’ll be sharing the top homeschooling topics — and most viewed posts — of […]
TTD Homeschooling Convention: Dad’s View
Last week I drove to Washington D.C. with my family to attend the Teach Them Diligently homeschool convention, but we were also planning to spend time […]
Why I Can’t Wait for Teach Them Diligently D.C.
This year my family is planning to attend the Teach Them Diligently Convention in Washington D.C., taking place May 15-17. Last year, my homeschooling sister-in-law […]
Looking Ahead to Teach Them Diligently D.C.
This year our family is planning to attend the Teach Them Diligently Convention in Washington D.C., taking place May 15-17. As residents of Oklahoma, this […]
Top Homeschooling Posts of 2013: Hands-On
Welcome to NextGen Homeschool’s Top Homeschooling Posts of 2013 Series! This week we’ll be sharing the top homeschooling topics — and most viewed posts — […]
How to Homeschool When Spouse Travels
This week NextGen Homeschool is linking up with Teach Them Diligently’s bloggers on the topic: “How to Homeschool When… Life Throws a Curveball.“ My husband […]
Ask a NextGen Homeschooler: Do You Homeschool During The Summer?
Welcome to “Ask a NextGen Homeschooler…” It’s your turn to ask the writers at NextGen Homeschool — formerly homeschooled moms who are now homeschooling our children […]
How to Plan for Homeschool Travel
Anytime we have the opportunity to travel as a family, we are looking for fun and adventure. However, one of my favorite benefits of homeschooling […]
Friday Flashback: Learning on the Road
In our homeschool this week… we took a last-minute “field trip” to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, tagging along with my husband who had business there. This […]
Tuesday’s Tip: Create a Unit Study on the Fly
It took me a couple of years of adjusting to the homeschooling life to realize that homeschooling is about so much more than cracking open […]
Friday Flashback: “Spring” break… or was it?
In our homeschool this week… we never took an official spring break, so we planned to take Monday-Wednesday off this week to head up to […]
Christmas & My Tango With Traditions
I love the idea of traditions just as much as the next person, and the warm and fuzzy feelings that word evokes in my heart. […]
Homeschool Traveling as Student & Teacher
When I was 16 and soon to be a homeschool graduate, my dad planned the ultimate homeschool traveling “field trip” for our family. He planned […]
A Curious Campfire Conversation
Our summer vacation culminated in a family road trip across scenic Colorado. We wanted to enjoy the end of summer in the snow-free mountains, see […]