Sometimes, the way to get the homeschool community you really want is to build it from the ground up. If growing community is on your to-do list, try some of these strategies to make it happen.
These fun extras (all less than $30!) will add a little oomph to your everyday homeschool routine and help ease you over the midwinter slump — without busting your budget.
Women’s History Month
Pretty much all our ideas about what the First Lady of the United States should be come from James Madison’s lovely and vivacious wife.
If women get short shrift in history textbooks, black women get doubly short-changed—and that’s a shame, because cool women like these deserve wider recognition. Now’s the perfect time to get to know them better.
Women's History Month: Girl reporter Nellie Bly changed the face of journalism and made major strides for women's rights.
The Heroines Club is both an innovative history curriculum and a how-to guide for creating and nurturing a mother-daughter circle.
You may think you already know everything about Harriet Tubman, but her life is a lot more interesting — and more complicated — than you might expect.
Discover some of history’s forgotten, neglected, and misunderstood heroines this March for Women’s History Month. In this edition: Three women who made the literary world a more interesting place.
For Women’s History Month, we’ll be featuring biographies of women in history who may have been forgotten, neglected, or misunderstood by traditional history books. In this edition: three women whose big ideas changed the world.
For Women's History Month, we'll be featuring biographies of women in history who may have been forgotten, neglected, or misunderstood by traditional history books. In this edition: Three women from three different wars who risked their lives to fight for their beliefs.