learning

Pre-writing Worksheets

Use our pre-writing worksheets with your preschooler. Print them out for your preschooler to practice his pre-writing skills.   » Read more

Number Bingo Worksheets

Playing Bingo is a great way to help your preschooler or kindergartner learn their numbers. We've provided some easy printable worksheets for you to use. » Read more

Handwriting Worksheets

Handwriting takes practice. We have created worksheets for your child to practice writing and forming her letters. Click on the links below for handwriting worksheets for each letter of the alphabet. » Read more

Counting Worksheets

Here are some printable worksheets to help your preschooler work on his counting. Just click on the pictures below and print! » Read more

How to Find the Right Preschool

By Maria T. Pepin

Choosing the right preschool for your little one can be a difficult decision. There are so many things to consider and you are probably having a hard enough time letting them go to being with. However, once you find the right one, it will definitely set your mind at ease! Here are some great tips to get started: » Read more

5 Tips for Supporting Your Child's Learning

By Laura Carlson

You have an extraordinary opportunity to empower your child's education. Whether your child goes to a conventional school or is home-schooled, you can fortify that learning experience. Here are a handful of tips to get you started: » Read more

Homeschool Report Card

Are you looking for a report card to use in your homeschool? We've provided some easy printable report cards for you to use. Homeschool Report Cards 4 semester year report card Pages 1 & 4 » Read more

Free Homeschooling Day Planner & Portfolio

We have created a free printable homeschooling day planner. You can use our day planner to keep organized, make goals, record attendance and keep track of what you are doing. Works great as a portfolio. Use our free printables to help you get organized.   Just print them out, three hole punch the pages, and put them in a binder. » Read more

Homeschooling and Higher Education

By Patricia Wood

As a result of the recent growth of homeschooling in the US, colleges and universities have received an increasing number of application from home-schooled students. Admissions offices have found it necessary to assess whether and how their admissions requirements should be modified to allow fair review of the credentials submitted by homeschooled students. » Read more

What Can You Do If Your Child Has Trouble Reading?

By Nancy Da Silva Your child dreads reading time at school and runs screaming in the opposite direction if you suggest sitting down and reading a story together. If your child is well past the age where he should be adept at reading and yet still has great difficulty, what could be the reason? » Read more