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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
Graduation is nearly upon us and like most families with seniors, homeschool families are giving thought to graduation parties and activities to honor our graduates. Here are ideas for celebrating homeschool graduates from our team of authors. Celebrating Homeschool Graduates There are many ways to celebrate graduates – whether they are graduating from a brick and mortar school or homeschool. Plan a graduation party with
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
Homeschool High School? Yes you can! Homeschooling High School with College in Mind? Yes you can! Homeschooling high school can often seem a task too big to tackle but I’m here to tell you that not only can you do it, but you can do it well! There are tons of resources out there to help you through. Everything from planners to words of wisdom,
Nature journaling and exploration are great activities for families and children. It is thereby not surprising that nature study is a popular component of many homeschools. Simply put, it is the study of nature via simple, truthful observations which over time cultivate one’s understanding and appreciation for the world around them. Nature study helps the student to see science face to face, to understand the processes going on around them