It is no secret that historical fiction is a passion of mine. Not only do I enjoy reading historical fiction myself, but we incorporate a ton in our homeschool learning as well. Teaching History Through Literature with Beautiful Feet Books makes learning with historical fiction easy! Throughout our homeschooling years we have read many historical fiction books. I find that having a story-line, a person to follow,
We are heading to ‘that’ time of the year where we begin making lists of curriculum that we would like to include for the next academic year. Apart from my choices in core curriculum, I often included (when my children were younger) a lapbook or notebook unit study on a subject that interested my children. This way we were able to explore a theme that
We have about 18 years to teach our kids all sorts of academics, from reading to advanced math. It’s an overwhelming load, and occasionally homeschooling parents forget the importance of practical subjects like nutrition and cooking. This is a bad thing, because food and food preparation choices can affect our lives in many ways. In fact, there are some who say that a significant percentage
I often supplement our learning with a lapbook. Lapbooks are a great tool to cover topical studies or perhaps something relevant to the seasonal year. Our latest purchase is a project pack from ‘In The Hands Of A Child‘ called ‘Industrial Revolution’. We have used many of their lapbooks and notebooking packs over the years, and I keep returning to them as their products are
I was delighted when I found Oak Meadow First Grade. It is full of hands on activities, beautiful art, and lots of resources. The Oak Meadow introduction spoke of developing the whole child: head, hands and heart. ~ I received product samples in exchange for an honest, independent review of this curriculum I love and have used in my homeschool. Please see our full disclosure
As the temperatures slip below freezing a world of possibilities for snow and ice nature study opens up. I know it seems that nature is dormant and that there is not much going on but that is where you would be wrong. We have had some wonderful winter nature adventures over the years. We’ve admired frozen spider webs; forced twigs; looked at how birds survive
Snowed in! Snowed in! What will we do when the winter blues set in and we are stuck inside? Here at The Curriculum Choice we are taking a look at what to do for a Snowed in Homeschool! Fun activities, crafts, games, learning ideas and more! Snowed in Homeschool Join all of us here at The Curriculum Choice in exploring fun and education options for
We are learning some typing skills over the holidays with homeschool typing for all ages with Typesy Homeschool keyboarding curriculum. “I LOVE Type Man!” said youngest this morning. We are changing up December with Christmas school 🎄 — including typing. This is such an easy and FUN way to fit in typing skills — even with all the hustle and bustle of the next weeks.