I was thinking about what things I really use a lot when homeschooling and one thing that stuck out was FREE sites for my preschool son. I wanted some places we could go to have some “simple fun” while still learning and I really like FREE so I thought I would share some of my favorite free sites for Pre-K with you! Favorite Free Sites
Here at Curriculum Choice, we know the importance of language arts instruction from preschool through high school! If our children are to be great readers and writers, consistent language arts lessons are a must. Below are some of the many homeschool language arts curriculum reviews our Curriculum Choice authors have written on the vast variety of language arts. Our Homeschool Language Arts Curriculum Reviews You’ll
Many times in the last few years I’ve found myself saying that homeschooling is also continuing education for the homeschool mom. I’ve learned so much homeschooling my five children. One way I have learned many things is cycling through history homeschooling multiple ages. It has been a joy to learn rich history and have a picture of the timeline in my head. I didn’t get
Preschool and Kindergarten – what fun ages! Play is learning and learning is play. Perhaps you’re looking for some ideas for your formal Tot School or perhaps you just want to make sure that your little ones will be ready for first grade when it comes along. We are here to help you with choosing preschool and kindergarten homeschool curriculum. Welcome to Five Days of
I love going to the beach in the summer time. It’s one of our favorite family vacations. Of course we love camping in the mountains and hiking to beautiful peaks, but, as for me, I am an ocean girl and I love the sun and the beach. What better way to combine some relaxing summer time beach goodness, than with an art activity to boot.
Does your family enjoy time outdoors? If so, nature study may be for you! Our family has loved nature study since the beginning! We love learning more and more about the world God created through seeing things in nature – then investigating them further. We find that simple things – like drawing them as we see them – helps us learn about God’s creation. From
People have strong opinions about interjecting morals onto stories. Are Aesop’s Fables improved by tacking a pithy moral on the end? Should we read stories to our kids that aim to improve them? On first glance Laying Down the Rails for Children might seem to fall into such a category–stories intended to help kids form good habits. But what I’ve found, is that really the
Nature Study is one of our favourite parts of our homeschool week and I am always on the look-out for great resources to use. Last year I came across this book featured on a blog that I read. As it was by an author that I respect greatly as a naturalist, I thought I would purchase it and add it to our nature book library. Clare