Here at The Curriculum Choice, our authors are excited to bring you their brand of summer homeschooling fun with Homeschool Summer Camp. Sum-sum-summertime! Summer is a time for fun and sun and pools and lakes! It’s also a time to take a break from regular learning or inserting some new twists on learning. Get your campers ready and let’s get started! Homeschool Summer Camp from
If you need or desire to offer your children end of year testing — I suggest checking out the ease and flexibility of Homeschool Testing! It is no-fuss standardized testing for your homeschool. Growing up I either enjoyed testing week at school, or really disliked those days. I was a solid A-student, but testing threw me off. My love-hate relationship resulted from feeling overwhelmed by
As homeschoolers, we have much more freedom in designing and choosing our studies and the routes of learning we take. Things are always changing in our homeschool based on the needs and learning habits of each of our children. This year, we started a new journey in our homeschool by exploring Dual Credit at Home. I have been intrigued by all I have seen these
Do you make plans for each school year? Have you found something that works for you? Maybe you are a planner like me but find you could use a little more flexibility in the plans you make. Any way you slice it, if you are a homeschooler and a planner then you will want to consider doing your homeschool planning with Plan Your Year from
Welcome to Preparing for Homeschooling High School! The Curriculum Choice authors are sharing their best tips and posts on preparing for high school. High school can be the most rewarding of all the homeschooling years. Be encouraged to finish well! From The Curriculum Choice Archives Be sure to browse the tabs above to find curriculum reviews for homeschooling high school. You might also enjoy these
How to start homeschooling? First, I want to encourage you by saying you are wise to research and seek out counsel. I feel that one of the very best ways to start is by preparing your parent heart. Some of the very best advice, I think, is contained in this article by my friend Kim Ashbaugh: How to Get Started Homeschooling: 10 Steps to Success.
Are you looking ahead to high school with fear and trembling? I know I did about 15 years ago when my oldest was approaching those important years. There are so many unknowns. How will high school work in your home? Will you be able to manage academically? How will the teen years turn out for your family? A decade and a half ago, there was also the question whether
Organization and keeping an ordered homeschool tends to be top on every homeschool mom’s list of things to accomplish. Let’s face it, a well organized day allows things to flow more smoothly. There’s nothing quite like waking up and realizing you have a million things to do and wondering how on earth you’ll get through them. We’ve all had days like that, where we want