Next year we will be doing a US presidents study before we begin our logic stage modern history studies. I figure it’s a perfect time given the fact that we will soon be watching a slew of political ads and debates leading up to the 2016 presidential elections. My original plan was to do something similar to what… Continue reading US Presidents Study for Homeschoolers
I love science and we homeschool, so I like to consider myself a homeschool scientist. As we step into the new year, I thought that I would share with you twenty ways you can use to determine whether or not you are a homeschool scientist. These may or may not have come from real life… Continue reading You might be a homeschool scientist if . . .
I was researching for one of the programs I am working on and ran across this statement from the National Science Teacher’s Association: The middle school years, grades 5 through 9, are a time of tremendous physical, emotional, and cognitive changes for students. It also is a pivotal time in their understanding of and enthusiasm… Continue reading What should middle school science look like?
I have been homeschooling for over nine years now. My daughter is wrapping up her middle school years and very quickly heading toward high school. It is a bittersweet time as I watch my little girl grow up and realize that I will probably be the shortest one in the family! The thing is –… Continue reading 3 Pieces of advice for your homeschooling journey
I am a big fan of classical education, after all it is the method we use in our own homeschool. I also enjoy reading homeschool blogs because like you, I am inspired by what others are doing in the homeschooling world. So today, I wanted to share with you all four of the blogs I… Continue reading Top 4 Classical Education Blogs
A couple of years ago I shared how we did a US state study in our homeschool. I wanted to revisited that post, clean it up, and share it with you guys once more! There’s a lot of golden nuggets in it that will hopefully it will help those of you who are planning for this… Continue reading US State Study for Homeschoolers