When it comes to choosing high school electives, there are so many options available for homeschoolers now. And fostering your child’s interests by carefully curating a curriculum tailored to them is just another incredible perk of homeschooling. After a dozen years of homeschooling, I still find it fascinating that we can choose courses based on topics that my children are naturally drawn to. The high
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
Do you remember your biology class from high school? I do. I remember it was lackluster and as secular as it could get. But despite all that, I learned a valuable lesson from that class. A lesson that I wouldn’t realize until I was a homeschool parent. The takeaway for me was this; I can’t expect my children to enjoy a subject or cultivate a
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.
Imagine preparing for your homeschool year in a relaxed and inviting way. For starters, all books arrive at your doorstep. They are high-quality, beautiful, and cover a subject you want to teach. Next, you receive instructions – step by step, week by week info – guiding you through an entire year with notes and lists. It keeps getting better. Almost everything needed for hands-on discovery