Learning By Doing

I’ve been a fan of learning by doing ever since sixth grade, when my classroom teacher included some experiments and demonstrations for health and science classes. I taught my own children by using KONOs, way back in the days when it wasn’t a kit, and only Volume I...

Dyslexia Helps

Often families seek answers in the IAHE Homeschool Discussion group about dyslexia. Many helpful suggestions have been offered, and we are compiling some of them here for future reference. The Barton Method is the “Cadillac” curriculum, but others find...

Local Help for Indiana Homeschoolers

Homeschooling can be overwhelming when you first begin. Thankfully, we are blessed to have local help for Indiana homeschoolers. Whether you are just beginning or have been doing this 10+ years, you are likely to have questions. You can crowd-source your request on...

Dyslexia in the Homeschool

Dyslexia is not seeing words backwards or flipping letters. Its roots are not found in the eyes or in the ears so optometrists and audiologists cannot diagnosis it. So what is it? God in His plan for humanity created a few people’s brains (approximately 20%) to be...