Tracking homeschool is crucial for controlling homeschool. Homeschool Tracker is an online tool to track your homeschool. Homeschooling is not the only matter that a family should focus more than other aspects of life. On the other hand, homeschooling parents have more responsibility for the children’s education than other parents. Therefore, the temptation and the chance to lose control in homeschooling is very big. That
Last year my eldest used BookShark History 6 with Readers and really enjoyed it. This year he picked right back up where he left off using BookShark History 7 with Readers, and he didn’t enjoy it. Nope, he absolutely loved it. He’s raved so much about the books, the fun and the learning, I think he’s going to be totally bummed when he finishes it
If you are into seasonal schooling – as I have been our entire homeschooling career – nothing beats being able to download appropriate resources in one click. Enter CurrClick – endless-wonderful-curriculum and live classes at affordable prices and all available in an instant! Does it get any better than that? Well maybe. I absolutely love getting new curriculum delivered and un-boxing it all, but CurrClick
Even after you settle on curriculum choices and are faithfully showing up to do the work of homeschooling, there are lingering problems. All these people need to be reliably fed and the house and calendar kept with a modicum of order. If you are a homeschooling mama, you’ve no doubt come across the ideas of a 30 Day Meal Plan and a Home Organization Binder.
Are you looking for something to help build up your children’s writing skills? Have you ever thought of doing creative writing? Learning how to write stories can be very beneficial for children, and they are already natural story tellers… A Beka Books offers a great way to introduce your children to story writing. It is called Creative Writing – with Penmanship Skills, and it is
Lovely Latin: Learning with Memoria Press Do you teach Latin in your homeschool? Memoria Press and their Latin programs have been an excellent mainstay in our homeschool since the very beginning, over 15 years ago. We like to start our foray into Latin with a very gentle and basic approach beginning with Prima Latina. As one who wasn’t required to take ANY Latin in school, I really
As homeschoolers it can be tough to find books about “school” that our children can relate to. Typically “school” involves hopping on that big yellow bus and heading off to the local public school building. But what about those of us that homeschool? Are there books out there for our children to relate to? My resounding answer is YES! I would like to introduce you
Over the last few years we have explored elementary science with Apologia studies. This year my elementary-aged children are excited about Exploring Creation with Anatomy and Physiology. ~Don’t miss the *giveaway AND the special discount code* at the end!! We received these Apologia homeschool anatomy and physiology resources in exchange for an honest review. Any affiliate links included are for resources we absolutely love. All