We are taking just a few moments to reflect on this past year at The Curriculum Choice. Our author team is celebrating a homeschool year of reviews. In case you missed the top homeschool reviews, these are golden! Be sure to browse and pin them for always. First, our favorites… The Curriculum Choice Review Team Feature Our Curriculum Choice review team features a topic monthly.
They are so many amazing Homeschool resources available to us these days. Sharing resources is a great way to engage with other homeschoolers and collaborate on what has worked well in their homeschool and yours. Today we are sharing Our Favorite Homeschool Books with you to peruse and enjoy. Let us know in the comments if you have a favorite that is on our list or
Free is always good. Free homeschool resources are even better! Because homeschoolers are frugal by nature, we have gathered our favorites for you to enjoy. To help you be creative with your homeschool budget and to help you meet the needs of your age range of children, our favorite free homeschool resources… From The Curriculum Choice Archives At The Curriculum Choice we have shared reviews
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.
Homeschool parents are serious about teaching well and teaching in ways that meet their students’ needs. So much so, some of them have written their own curricula over the years to give their children a truly customized education. Luckily, many of them offer that brilliant curriculum to us! ~Don’t miss the BIG homeschool curriculum giveaway (worth $951.65!) at the end plus all the discount codes
Just as every homeschool is unique in the curriculum they use or the educational methods they follow, every homeschool is also unique in determining where their homeschool students study and learn. Do you have a dedicated space in your home for learning, or are you like many homeschool families we know and have learning materials all over the house? ~Don’t miss the organization giveaway at the
Looking back, organizing my homeschool was not all about having the “right” resources, art supplies and curriculum. It was really more about finding ways that I could meet my daughter’s educational needs, within a loving, nurturing home. The atmosphere of our home was the most important ingredient for me. That my daughter felt loved, encouraged, and also had a routine that nurtured her, that was
Most kids, regardless of their age, love to investigate and explore. They find joy in things like finger painting, building a volcano, taking things apart to see how they work, learning how to code, sewing a quilt, or constructing a tepee. Sure, it takes time to plan and complete projects and sometimes they can be messy. So why should you bother? Often, hands on learners have a better grasp of subject