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Homeschool Government 101

Homeschool Government 101

Just as dissecting a real frog or making a real solar powered toy car provides hands-on learning for our kids, so participating in real life government teaches our kids about how things actually work. Additionally, visiting local historic sites (or even historic...
Photo Contest – Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card

Photo Contest – Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card

Hello! GSN is inviting all of our families to participate in our End of Year Homeschool Photo contest!  As the “school year” comes to a close, we would love to see how your year went!  To participate, please send a picture of your student to...
Values in Homeschooling

Values in Homeschooling

There are a multitude of subjects to cover in homeschooling, then add into that the list of extracurricular activities you want your kids to experience. It is overwhelming to contemplate everything you want to impart to your kids not only as their teacher but also as...
The Future of Digital Education

The Future of Digital Education

Did you know that tech historians are already referring to current times as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution?”  In fact, Bernard Marr, writing for Forbes in August 2018 said “We’re on the cusp of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or...
3 States and Their Approach to Online Learning

3 States and Their Approach to Online Learning

According to data collected during the 2010 U.S. Census, the number of school age children (age 5 to 17) in the U.S. during 2016-17 was 58,212,462.  37% of those children live in California, Texas, New York, Florida and Illinois.  In an effort to offer more...
The Great Planner Debate

The Great Planner Debate

The Great Planner Debate: Teaching Homeschoolers the Art of Independent Planning I remember the first planner I used. I was in the sixth grade and my school issued everyone the same planner, complete with dates important to our school already printed in the correct...