According to the calendar, the halfway point of the summer season falls on August 6. Despite the presence of sharpened pencils, lessons plans, and brand new crayons, be sure to keep the spirit of summer alive with a wealth of outdoor playtime and park picnics with watermelon slices and popsicles. Don’t abandon summer just yet – make warm memories to cherish with some of the
Planning our homeschool morning basket reading for each term is one of my favourite parts of my planning rituals. It’s that special time in our homeschooling morning that we gather and share in books, readings and lessons that everyone can enjoy. It creates a sense of togetherness and unity, a sharing in the same rich ideas before breaking away to work on individual grade relevant
We Christian homeschoolers can teach our kids almost anything, and we do. The one thing we have issues with, however, is sex education and that is because, as Christians, most of us are unaware of what the world out there is actually like these days. And unless you’ve seen the enemy, you don’t know what your kids are up against or how to help them.
Can you believe that we’re halfway through the year already? July makes that official. I hope you’ve made a ton of family memories already in the year 2019, but take heart – you’ve got the second-half of the year to make up for it, if you’ve not quite taken part in all those adventures you planned. To help you get started, try out some of
As our homeschool year winds down I am looking to the coming year. I spend June cleaning out the homeschool room of this year’s stuff. Tying up loose ends, putting away curriculum we are done with, throwing out all the stuff that inevitably accumulates, etc. Then I dig in to my homeschool planning for the coming year. Even with only two left to go (one
Sizzling hot temperatures across many parts of the country mean summer has arrived, even though the calendar doesn’t technically flip over to that season for a couple of weeks. The month of June brings excitement, with trips to the pool or beach or lake, watermelon and fresh vegetables, picnics and pajama parties, sleeping late, honoring Dads and extra minutes of sunshine. Use those extra moments
An organized homeschool is a successful homeschool! One important piece of organization is in record-keeping. Just how do the authors of the Curriculum Choice stay on top of homeschool record keeping? We share our secrets in this post! Homeschool Record Keeping From The Curriculum Choice Archives Be sure to browse the tabs above to find reviews for record keeping and organizational helps. You might also
With intentional planning, this month MAY be the best one yet to make family memories and have oodles and oodles of family fun. Choose some of the celebrations below or create your own unique May homeschool family holidays to make it an aMAYzing month with those you love. 5 May Homeschool Family Fun Ideas World Turtle Day – Create a fun craft to celebrate the