I’ve decided to start posting what each of my kids reads each month, along with what I’ve read each month. Here is what we all read in February.
Homeschool parents can read too. Here’s what I’m reading.
I don’t have a textbook/workbook combo pack to review for my eighth graders history, because I created my own curriculum for him.
Now that we’re halfway through the school year, I’m giving reviews of the individual curriculum we have been using this year. Today, I’ll review Curiosity Chronicles History curriculum.
Now that we’re half way through the school year, I’m going to start giving reviews of the individual curriculum we have been using this year. Today, I’ll start with a review of Bookshark Science Level H.
We’re now half way through the school year. Last week I gave an update on what curriculum changes I’ve made for my 8th grader, so today it’s time to talk about my 6th grader. Overall, things are going really well this year for both of my boys.
We’re now half way through the school year, so I figured it was time to give an update on what curriculums we’re using. We have made several curriculum changes, but the bigger overall update is super positive. In fact, homeschool is going so well with my 8th grade, we’ve decided to stick with homeschool for high school too. Eek, there will be more on that in future posts for sure.
This is the first question people always ask when they hear someone is homeschooling. But for my family, “socialization” was actually one of the biggest reasons we chose to homeschool.
It’s hard to believe in 3 days it will be 2021. I expect memories of 2020 will continue to have meaning, and may even evoke strong emotion for decades to come. Obviously, this year has brought a lot of people a lot of pain and suffering, but it has also brought some good things.
Yesterday was the winter solstice and beginning today, the days are starting to get longer again in the norther hemisphere. Watching the sun set at 4:30 PM is very depressing, so I’m thrilled the light is returning. I’m not alone, humans have been celebrating the winter solstice as long as humans have been celebrating anything. This year, we decided to study a few of these winter celebration traditions in our homeschool.