Cover Story Writing Curriculum for Middle School is a full English curriculum including writing, literature, critical thinking, grammar & more!
The primary grades, usually considered kindergarten to third, is one of my favorite age groups to teach! Why? Because most of the time, homeschool curriculum for these littles includes hands-on activities. Of course, this makes sense to how kids learn. It also feels amazing to watch a concept ‘click’ with my kids through a practical project. All that said, sometimes I found it challenging to
With the abundance of homeschool curriculum available these days, it can be hard to choose what might work for your family. Just imagine… You need to explore a different ‘something’ for a child. For example, maybe the program used in your family worked for another kiddo. But, not this one…or, at least not in the same way. So, you jump online to search. And search.
Every season of homeschooling is unique. Also, every child we homeschool is different. In families with multiple children, each kid holds their own likes and dislikes. Not to mention, they have strengths and weaknesses. Even our parenting might feel challenged in new ways by each child! But, homeschooling can shine here friends. We can take a moment to notice what seems helpful to our student.
After 20 years of homeschooling I stand by one guideline: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Yes, that sentence holds plenty grammar errors! (Feel free to edit). Though really, I’m just sharing how I approach homeschool planning. It often takes time to notice what curriculum works best for your family. Sometimes, even more effort for a particular child. So, when I noticed ALL my kids
The years just past toddler days are full of activity and wonder. Yes, they can be challenging. But, there is so much opportunity to make homeschooling simple and easy-going. I remember searching out a preschool Montessori approach for homeschooling — it felt like all those things. A fun way of learning and growing. A structure for Mom that felt enjoyable. Time for reading, playing, exploring
From the very start of parenting, I believed in the power of books. Not just any book. But, books with a rich story and characters who came alive. My fondest homeschool memories include family read-aloud time on the couch. Of course, reading also took place on the road, in the library, at a sibling’s practice and many other locations. This literature approach we shared shaped
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