Have you ever wondered what homeschooling looks like in other parts of the world? Well this week on Homeschool Heartbeat, HSLDA attorney Mike Donnelly joins host Mike Smith to explore the joys and challenges of home education around the globe.
Dyscalculia can be frustrating for both parent and student—but don't give up! Today on Homeschool Heartbeat, special needs consultant Faith Berens explains how she was given the tools to overcome this learning challenge.
Okay, so you've discovered that your child has dysgraphia. Now what? How do you help your child work through this learning struggle? Hear practical tips and guidance from HSLDA Special Needs Consultant Kristy Horner on today's Homeschool Heartbeat.
It's no secret that children who study music can reap great rewards in all areas of life. But what does a good music education actually look like? Find out on this week's Homeschool Heartbeat with Dr. Kristina Tanner.
Are you homeschooling a child with learning challenges such as dyslexia? Today on Homeschool Heartbeat, author and speaker Marianne Sunderland has some great ideas for fostering a positive learning environment.
Single mother Aleesha Huff has seen her share of hard times, but her commitment to providing the best education for her two young children has never wavered. Catch a glimpse of Aleesha's inspiring story on today's Homeschool Heartbeat.
Are you feeling overstressed, over-busy, or overworked? You're not alone. Author Alli Worthington has been there—and today on Homeschool Heartbeat, she's got some great ideas for conquering your busyness.
When done right, science can be an exciting and fun subject for homeschool students. So how do you actually do it right? On today's Homeschool Heartbeat, author and scientist Paige Hudson outlines the three key elements of an engaging science program.
Is your child tired of dry history textbooks and boring math lessons? Then don't miss this week's Homeschool Heartbeat,as our guest Kris Bales chats with host Mike Smith about how you can make learning come alive for your kids.
Experience is the best teacher, and sometimes the most helpful thing you can do for your child is simply to get out of the way. Today on Homeschool Heartbeat, learn why it's so important to let your children experience the consequences of their actions.
You may have heard it a million times—"You are your own worst critic." But does that make it any less true? Join us on today's Homeschool Heartbeat as author and homeschooling mom Sam Sorbo shares how she overcame her paralyzing self-doubt.
Have you ever wondered why children are scared of monsters they know aren't real? Today on Homeschool Heartbeat, our guest sheds light on the workings of the young mind—and offers a vital piece of advice for homeschooling parents.
Representative Jennifer Sullivan is hard at work making her state a better place, and she credits her homeschool education with paving the way for her success in office. Hear more about Jennifer's accomplishments on today's Homeschool Heartbeat.
For many homeschooling parents, getting your high school student to write is like pulling teeth—really big teeth. How can you make writing a joy rather than a burden for your teen? Hear the answer on this week's Homeschool Heartbeat.