When I started homeschooling one of the subjects I did not want to teach at home was homeschool high school chemistry. I didn’t want to deal with all the chemicals, nor was I that solid in chemistry myself. It has been over 15 years since I began homeschooling and I have realized not only can(…)
Being artistic is not a word I would use to describe myself, or anyone else in my immediate family for that matter! Thus when it comes to art in our homeschool I look to find resources that do a thorough job of putting everything in simple terms and easy to follow steps. (And videos are(…)
I have always loved biology. It was my favorite subject in high school. Dissections were something I looked forward to and enjoyed. That being said not everyone is as enthusiastic as I am about biology. Nor as comfortable with the subject as I am. What I have found throughout my years of homeschooling is that(…)
The words homeschool high school algebra often evoke feelings of insecurity and shortcomings for homeschool parents. But I am here to tell you that you can tackle homeschool high school algebra! Back in 2016 I talked about Homeschooling Algebra with Mr. D Math because my middle child was using it at the time. He has(…)
WriteShop’s homeschool middle school writing curriculum is a comprehensive writing program that walk both student and parent through the writing process.
Celebrate Presidents Day with these FREE Presidents Day Activities! As homeschoolers we often ask ourselves questions that others may not, dig deeper into things that interest us, or even go off on tangents! Before I get to the FREE Presidents Day Activities I’d like to talk about the spelling of this holiday. Happy Presidents’ Day!(…)
The Giver is a wonderful middle and high school level novel that invokes tons of in-depth discussion and raises thought provoking questions about a life without memories, feelings or pain, a life of sameness and predictability and how that might be better or worse than the life we live. The Giver Book Discussion and Color(…)
We often say that history repeats itself. Which is something we try to avoid by learning from those who came before us. Some ways we can do this are by learning about the people, places, and movements in history through reading, discussions, videos, and museums. National Geographic History at a Glance National Geographic History at(…)