It’s December, and most families are either currently on their winter break or about to start it. As we approach various holiday’s, I’ve discovered another wonderful perk of homeschool. We can take breaks whenever we want, or not at all.
A chemistry subscription box for kids. Is it worth the price?
I’ve made a lot of changes in curriculum choices for my sixth grader in the past nine weeks. I’m still tweaking things, but this is a summary of everything I’m using right now.
When I started this blog, I thought I was going to give lots of reviews of each specific curriculum I’m using. Now that I’ve completed the first quarter of our homeschool year, I’m realizing how much I’m pulling different resources from different places. Instead of making separate posts about each curriculum choice, I’m going to list everything I’m using for my 8th grader here.
I originally planned to give reviews of the various homeschool curriculum I’m using on this blog. However, I’m not using a single curriculum exactly how its intended. Not a single one. So today, instead of telling you what products I’ve purchased, I’m going to tell you want I’m actually doing.
If given complete freedom, will children naturally chose to school themselves? Is unschooling an effective education style, or an excuse created by lazy parents?
Incorporating a read aloud into your daily routine isn’t only for homeschoolers. Regardless of your children’s age or school status, reading in the morning can change the entire rhythm of your household.
How to juggle work and school schedules so everyone is on task and getting everything they need to done – parents included.
And enjoyable and effective way to teach middle school students how to write.
A whole new way to teach math, that is actually working.