What Kind of Homeschooler Are You? Helpful tips for defining your homeschool and choosing curriculum that suits your needs.
Ever wonder how your kids will look back on your decision to choose homeschooling? 8 second-generation homeschoolers share their side of the story with you. They were homeschooled themselves, lived to tell the tale, and even chose home education for their own children! Homeschool Generations Part 3 from The Curriculum Choice.
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
Train up a Child Publishing is a literature based Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling. The Daily Lesson Plans are already-planned-in-advance and are written for specific grade levels. They include weekly goals and objectives for each subject and include daily lessons integrating the studies of history, science (K-8), language arts, fine arts, and projects. A review from The Curriculum Choice.