Middle & High School Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

FREE Grading Rubric for Hands-On Activities and Projects


Learning how to grade hands-on homeschool activities and projects can be easy with this free grading rubric. Projects really help our older kids think critically and stay engaged. As your kids get older, grades really do matter more. They matter  because some states require grades and if you kid is college bound you will need to put something […]

FREE Graphing Papers and Grids for Upper Grades


I love finding extra worksheets and freebies to help my older students understand math more. I also like to find free printables to help save us money.One of the supplies that my daughter needs for a co-op class this year was graphing paper. I couldn’t believe how expensive a teeny, tiny packet of graph paper […]

Planning for Homeschool High School Electives


Learn how to plan wisely for homeschool high school electives that don’t come from a textbook. Textbooks are filled with a wealth of information, however not all learning comes out of a textbook. When your kids are approaching high school it may be needed for you to think creatively for electives. Check out these ideas […]

FREE Checklist of Absolute Must-Dos for High School


If your child is college-bound, then do not miss out on this post and checklist for how to prepare for college with things you absolutely must do in high school first. My kids aren’t in college yet, but I honestly am already thinking about things that may need to be done as soon as they enter […]

FREE Printable Tween Hygiene Checklist


Learn how to encourage your tween to take care of basic hygiene without nagging them. This free checklist will help encourage your tween’s sense of responsibility in taking care of themselves well. As my daughter was becoming a tween, I really didn’t know everything of what that entailed. She was my eldest and unfortunately, we […]

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Name Removed from Literary Award

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Name Stripped from Major Literary Award

The name of one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time is being stripped from a major children’s literature award. Awarded by the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal was a lifetime achievement award for authors who made substantial and lasting contributions to children’s literature. However, the […]

Dual Credit and College Prep Resources


Preparing for college can be stressful for both parent and teenager. Don’t miss out on this ultimate list of college prep resources and dual credit information. Getting ready for college is trying enough. Let your self be prepared and let your child be awe of the next step in your child’s journey. This list of […]

FREE Parent’s Pack on Teen Dating (through 8/25)


  Do you want to help your teenager navigate the confusing world of dating? For a limited time, you can receive a free Parent’s Pack to help you encourage your teen to seek God when it comes to love and dating when you purchase any copy of At The Well:  Discovering God’s Plan for Finding True […]

Back-to-Homeschool Checklist

12 Things to Do Before the New Homeschool Year Begins

The beginning of a new homeschool year should be exciting rather than stressful, but to get to that point requires some planning. Use these items on our helpful summer homeschool checklist to make sure you’re thoroughly prepared for your new year. 1. Fill out your state’s homeschool exemption form and any other necessary paperwork to […]