Homeschool Generations Part 4: Looking ahead to the future of homeschooling and encouragement/advice for the new homeschooler.
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.
Happy New Year from all of us here at Curriculum Choice. The Curriculum Choice authors are back with a wealth of inspiration for your homeschools this winter. We present The Winter Homeschool! How to Make the Most of The Winter Homeschool By now, most of us will be in the throes of winter weather. The days are shorter, the temperatures dipping below what can be
Do you know what a spoonerism is? What plot might your daughter develop when she looks at a photo of a dancer about to go on stage? What dialogue does your son create between a football coach and player who scores a touchdown for the wrong team? Similar questions are explored when your children take part in four inspiring Writing Workshops authored by Sandra Garant. Provided by
One of the fun aspects of homeschooling is exposing my children to different types of music. We love music! And we love to dance! Yes, we are one of those crazy homeschoolers that you hear about. MyKazoo Music released a Kid-Friendly musical romp with the Superheroes of American Blues History: Randy Kaplan’s, Mr. Diddle Wah Diddie album. This CD is absolutely fun and hilarious for the whole
Junior Undiscovered Mathematical Prodigies We have 20 pages left of JUMP at Home Math 5 and I wanted to share our experience with you. Both of our boys used Miquon for the first three years of math. For our youngest son, 4th grade was a combination of several math programs. Everything we tried just didn’t seem to click. And then I heard about JUMP Math.
This post contains affiliate links. Grammar is one of those subjects for most people. They consider it a subject to get through, but don’t always enjoy the work. I can’t say that my children jump for joy when we pull out the grammar work, but I’ve found a few products that have at least made the subject bearable for them. (Just so you know, I’ve