Do you have a little one in your house? Are you looking for a way to introduce early reading skills? One day, when I was over on Amazon, I found a delightful resource for introducing early reading. It is called “Meet Alex the Ape: The Apple Fiasco”. Alpha, the main character, guides the child through this story, while “teaching” lots of great concepts at the
This year we are using Apologia’s “Exploring Creation with Biology” for our high school science. The student is required to keep a notebook where they answer the ‘On Your Own’ questions and keep their module summaries. They are also required to keep a separate lab notebook to record their observations and conclusions to the experiments. As this is a fairly intense course and there is
Writing & Rhetoric Book 7: Encomium & Vituperation – A Review Today I want to share a new-to-us resource that my high school freshman is loving this term. I am also using the very first book Fables with my youngest and you can read my review of it here. Writing & Rhetoric Book 7: Encomium & Vituperation by Classical Academic Press This is the seventh book
If you’ve considered adding a Classical flare to your homeschool but found the thought of teaching Latin intimidating, Memoria Press has you covered. With their programs, you can teach Latin from elementary school right on through high school, and even prepare your students for the National Latin Exam. Latin with Memoria Press The Latin curriculum available from Memoria Press is a great choice for homeschool
The following is a guest post by Gena Mayo of I Choose Joy! and Music in Our Homeschool. (Don’t miss the discount code and giveaway at the end!)… Today I’m sharing about my 20th Century Music Appreciation self-paced online course for high school. Jake is a junior in homeschool high school and is gifted in all sports he’s ever tried. He loves football in the fall,
Homeschooling high school can be an intimidating time for a homeschool parent. But homeschooling high school to college can be even more intimidating! What courses should my high schooler take? What credits would be best in prep for college acceptance? How do I track it all? What about the college application process? Fortunately, our author, Betsy Sproger has a very practical guide Homeschooling High School
With fall approaching us, are you, by any chance, looking for some fun indoor activities for your kids, when it is too cold to play outside? Play Pack has some wonderful and simple ideas for indoor play, and each of these will also help your kids with their gross motor development. In fact, they offer many activities that can actually help with your child’s handwriting!
Throughout my years of homeschooling we have tried many different resources, curriculum, and teaching methods. When it comes to history and science we tend to lean towards a more hands on approach. Geography has been something I have put more importance on with my children. I didn’t half appreciate the importance of geography while I was in school, and now I find it to be