Welcome to the Home Learning Blog from Pandia Press
[Originally published March 14, 2018]You probably first encountered the number pi as I did: in elementary or middle school math, where it played a mysterious role in equations for the area and...read more
Writing about science in a creative way helps kids develop a wider range of skills and think more deeply and critically about all subjects. Here are some ideas —from writing biographies to creating...read more
“How do I effectively home school history with two (or more) kids when they’re at different learning levels?” is a common question we hear from customers. What’s the best...read more
History learned through LEGO® you say? YES! LEGO is a great way to explore history. From archaeology and cultures to geography and map skills, you can incorporate LEGO to grab your child’s...read more
Do you have LEGO® addicts in your home who are also interested in science? What if those LEGO that get painfully underfoot could be awesome tools for learning physics, chemistry, and even coding?...read more
If you’re like me, you feel both excitement and dread at this time of year. On one hand, so many new possibilities await. On the other hand, it’s daunting! The things I want to change...read more
In part 1 and part 2 of our Homeschool How-to museum series, we discussed tips for using museum visits to enhance your child’s homeschool experience, as well as some fun ways to keep your child...read more
In part 1 of this Homeschool How-to series, we discussed different ways to incorporate museums into your curriculum, types of museums, and general tips for making the most of museum visits. In this...read more
This Homeschool How-to is the first of three articles about using museums in your homeschool. Part 2 will be about how to effectively use museum exhibits, while Part 3 will discuss how to use museum...read more
A child looking up to the sky each night is a stargazer in the making. And you, as a responsible parent, should take the time to figure out if this is the real deal or just another fad. If your...read more
The Home Learning Blog from Pandia Press
Pandia Press’ home learning blog is a great place to return again and again for in-home schooling resources, ideas, free downloads and blogs. Our vision is to help home school parents, private school educators and K-12 students discover the incredible opportunity inherent within the homeschool environment. Pandia Press has been voted #1 for over a decade by the home school community, and we want to welcome new families figuring out your student’s education from home due to Covid-19. We know this is a challenging time for all, and especially parents. With our home learning blog we hope to empower you with K-12 science and history resources that make the learning journey for your student(s) fluid and fun.
K-12 Home Learning Blog For Parents and Students
Make your stay-at-home journey easier by scrolling through our K-12 curriculum and home learning blog resources for great ways to learn every day. You’ll find ways to organize your at home school, learn and teach on-the-go, use legos for science learning, get ideas for virtual field trips, and so much more. Along the way we encourage you to explore our home school science curriculum and home school history curriculum for K-12 students. There’s plenty of free resources on our blog and you can also “try it before you buy it.” Like we said up front, we’re all apart of the home learning community now, and we hope you’ll feel right at home with Pandia Press. If you have questions or want to get in touch with us, don’t hesitate to reach out, and we look forward to meeting you. Enjoy!