Homeschool Teaching Techniques & Tips
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Finding Magazines Your Daughter Will Love Do you need magazines appropriate for homeschooled girls? Now you can find good fiction, non-fiction articles and and stories along with much, much more. There are plenty of hardcopy as well as on-line and e-magazines for all age and reading levels.
Getting it Down: Helping Homeschoolers to Journal Their Ideas Are your kids tired of writing prompts that don’t inspire them? Are you tired of the writing struggle that rolls around each fall? Journal writing doesn’t have to be painful. These ideas will inspire your student from within and allow their words to flow naturally.
What Age Should you Begin Homeschooling Your Student? So you've made the decision to homeschool, now comes the question, at what age do you start? Children are learning vast amounts of information from birth. What age is too soon for structured learning, and what does the law say? Find some help deciding when to begin instruction with this article.
Making a Cardboard Castle for a Homeschool Project Medieval castles were built and used centuries ago, but our fascination with them still lingers. If you are studying the Middle Ages, building a cardboard castle will give everyone a better idea of how people lived and defended themselves during this time period. Here's what to do!
Homeschool Sewing Lesson: Make a Craft Apron This easy sewing lesson for kids gives you a simple project that allows students of all ages to create something useful. Teach your child the basics of sewing by making a simple craft apron that can be designed for both boys and girls.
Homeschool Programs: American Literature Studies Authentically American poems, songs, and stories give elementary to high school students a better understanding of the experiences that shaped America. Stories encourage reluctant readers and give students a better understanding of their American identity.