General Homeschooling

Can A Homeschooled Child Go To College/ University?

Can A Homeschooled Child Go To College/ University?

It’s no secret that many educational institutions frown upon homeschoolers. To be fair, some parents who homeschool for religious reasons are actually seeking to fulfill their religious obligations.  But most homeschoolers do it for reasons such as not wanting their kids to be indoctrinated with current trends in education, lacking confidence in public schools to …

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What Is The Frederick Douglass Marcus Garvey Academy?

If you have followed the latest schooling trends, you will notice a majority of black students, teachers, and parents calling for better representation in courses. While this representation suggests better black history courses, it has been argued that black children will benefit more from an entire African-centered curriculum. And with this ever-rising need to teach …

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How Can I Improve My Child’s Concentration While Homeschooling?

Children naturally have a short concentration span. They start with a lot of enthusiasm then find something more interesting to look at or explore. This is completely normal; it just means they are still growing, and the need to absorb the knowledge through all senses supersedes the need to concentrate on one specific facet, however …

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Will I Get Any Government Support If I Homeschool My Child?

Many believe that in order to homeschool you must be from an extremely well-off, middle-class, two-parent household which allows one parent to go out and work and the other to stay at home and homeschool the children. While this would be ideal for most, this is certainly not the case across the board, and in …

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How to Homeschool with a Toddler… and a Baby on the Way!

Homeschooling is no easy feat. It starts to get even harder when you throw a toddler into the mix, who’s wants and needs are suddenly bigger and more urgent than anybody else in the household. Toddlers, as lovely as they are, come with terrorist lists of demands, frequent and fast. They want food, they are …

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MEGA List of Free Math Resources For Homeschoolers!

MEGA List of Free Math Resources For Home Educators! The lockdown has had parents all across the globe doing something they never thought they would be doing, homeschooling. Since the very beginning, demand has grown for distance learning educational material. The great thing is, we all have the internet. The problem is, it is the …

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Everything You Need To Know About “Gameschooling”

In this post, we look at what Gameschooling is and how it is used by homeschoolers to educate. According to numerous studies, children, and adults, learn best when they have fun, rather than when they feel obligated to learn. When children study through games, they create long-lasting, personal memories of the lessons, and they are …

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How To Choose An Afrocentric Homeschool Curriculum

If your primary focus is for your black child to thrive in the west but still retain a sense of self and be an asset to their community and future generations. Then simply striving for more black representation is not going to cut it. We would have to improve the overall quality of education we afford our black children by introducing an Afrocentric curriculum alongside their British, National curriculum.