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(…)
Mount Hideaway Mysteries: Exes and Oh No’s is a homeschool friendly mystery movie made BY Homeschoolers, ABOUT Homeschoolers, FOR Homeschoolers!
A Day in the Life of Online Homeschooling with Wilson Hill Academy is an inside look into Wilson Hill Academy’s online classes. View a myriad of full class recordings to see what it’s really like. NO Credit Card needed! It’s FREE!
Homeschool History is a searchable homeschool history database where you can find websites, books, videos, maps, and more to enhance your history studies.
WriteShop’s homeschool middle school writing curriculum is a comprehensive writing program that walk both student and parent through the writing process.
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(…)
Online homeschooling has become more and more popular as our digital capabilities and resources explode! Homeschooling has been made infinitely more accessible due to the availability of so many online homeschool resources. Throughout my years of homeschooling we have used many online homeschooling curricula, programs, and resources. One of the resources we have used for(…)
I have been homeschooling since 2006 and using Teaching Textbooks since 2010. It is one constant curriculum I have used over the years and with all 3 children. With that being said, I’d like to address some of the rumors and myths about Teaching Textbooks I have heard and seen throughout the years. Before going(…)
Teaching homeschool math can be a stress inducing thought. Many of us were not strong in math ourselves, or have not done much of it since graduation, and worry about how we can successfully teach our children. Using a homeschool math curriculum is something I would strongly suggest! A good homeschool math curriculum can ease your(…)
Homeschool middle school science can be tricky because you want something more than the elementary years, but not as in depth as might be tackled in high school. Homeschool Middle School Science Middle school is a time for transition from elementary school to high school. A move from everything being laid out for you to(…)
One of the many things we include in our homeschool as a life skill is typing – keyboarding. In this age of technology it is ever more important that our children become not only familiar with, but skilled with a mouse and keyboard and their typing skills. To help you in your quest for typing(…)