Teaching writing in homeschool can definitely be overwhelming. However, Apologia’s Debra Bell has a brand new curriculum, Writers in Residence, to help with just that. This fantastic resource is not only a homeschool writing resource but a writing focused language arts curriculum. No more overwhelm! ~Don’t miss the giveaway at the end! We received this Writers in Residence curriculum in exchange for an honest review.
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Yes, homeschoolers can navigate the SAT and ACT plus earn college credit through advanced placement and CLEP exams. We have been sharing reviews of some of the top college test prep resources to help your students prepare for these exams. To make it handy for you, we have put those test prep reviews together in one spot – plus added some great homeschooling high school
This month my middle school daughter started into the human body section of her Apologia General Science studies. Perfect timing because we’ve added in some really fun learning activities to that. We decided to explore and learn science with Dover Publications human body resources. A unit study! Let me tell you more… ~Don’t miss the discount code plus the giveaway at the end!! We received
As a homeschool mom, raising my kids for Christ is my most primary goal. It’s a sublime one that isn’t easy in the world we live in. After lots of love, being a good example and lots of prayer, great resources are next in line as an aid to accomplishing this sometimes daunting task. There are some fabulous materials out there that can help us
“She who opens her eyes and her heart nature-ward even once a week finds nature study in the schoolroom a delight and an abiding joy……She finds, first of all, companionship with her children; and second, she finds that without planning or going on a far voyage, she has found health and strength.” Handbook of Nature Study, page 3 Nature study and science are two interrelated
Warning: LONG review, but worth it (I think!) Exploring Creation with General Science, 2nd Edition is a 7th or 8th grade science curriculum that I have been very impressed with! Written from a Biblical perspective, 32 lessons cover a broad range of introductory science themes that will give your child a solid knowledge base when entering into higher level science courses. Sixteen Modules cover the
Lapbook style learning in high school? Absolutely! I have two very visual boys who tend to shy away from normal question and answer, fill-in-the-blanks style learning. When we started high school science with a “real” textbook, I was hesitant about using the review questions in the way they are presented. After a little research, I found Live and Learn Press’ Learn N’ Folder Notebook specifically