Nature studies. Outside time. Looking. Investigating. These are the things we love! I ran across something called Exploring Nature with Children and was really curious about it – it looked like something we would really enjoy – and I was right! Exploring Nature with Children, a Charlotte Mason Method This Charlotte Mason type study consists of a 240 page pdf file by Lynn Seddon of Raising
Summer time is a fantastic time to kick back and enjoy some summer themed learning adventures. Here at The Curriculum Choice, we’re sharing our shark themed ideas. With these resources, you can enjoy a shark month for homeschoolers! Heather from Blog, She Wrote We love summer learning! Here are some of our favorite shark themed units and activities along with some extra resources for putting
If you know Tim and Moby, then you know BrainPOP. BrainPOP is a popular website featuring engaging, educational resources. Most homeschool families know about their award-winning videos, however that is just one part of what makes BrainPOP unique. The website also boasts GameUp, quizzes, BrainPOP Jr, BrainPOP ESL, plus lesson plans and other resources for educators. It’s even available in Spanish. This post contains affiliate
The school year is approaching its end and it’s time to once again re-assess our homeschools. Are there things we need to change? Resources that have or have not worked? Perhaps you are moving into a different season in your homeschool. This is what we as a homeschooling family have recently gone through. Up to now we have used an eclectic Charlotte Mason approach. We
A few years ago my son mentioned he wanted to learn French. I thought of all the other, possibly, more useful languages we could learn based on where we lived. I tried, oh so hard, to convince him that he was crazy and we should really aim for one of those other languages. Not even slightly tempted he was so sure French was the way
STEM is a buzz word in educational circles that stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. As homeschoolers, it can be a challenge to find the right resources and tools to teach STEM well. The Curriculum Choice Authors have put together a collection of links for you on the topic of the STEM homeschool. We hope it will provide practical help for your families!
Guess what? Transitioning to upper grades homeschool science does not have to be hard. This middle to high school science time does not even have to be so very serious. With the right resources it can be truly be easy and fun! That is what we continue to find with this new 3rd edition of Apologia General Science. “As you discover the process of science
We hear it often, but what does it actually mean to be “tech savvy”? Cambridge dictionary defines it as one whom is well informed about or proficient in the use of modern technology, especially computers. Growing up, few of my peers had experience with computers. My first exposure to the internet wasn’t until I was in my final year of college. Today, tech-savvy individuals gain