Parents with high school level homeschoolers face unique challenges. What do you do when you don’t know the material covered? What should the curriculum cover? How do you prepare your student for college applications? When should the student take the SAT? Don’t feel overwhelmed. It will be okay!
Homeschool educators can easily be intimidated by the big publishers who brag years of experience when it comes to curriculum, but no one knows better than you what your child’s educational strengths are. With these five easy steps you can write a homeschool curriculum perfect for your child.
Phonics is the keystone to reading success for any young student. These games will entice your homeschooler and help him learn at the same time. The best part? They are free and require little or no preparation.
Go around the world with your home school student by studying geography! Try these creative tips, resources and curriculum suggestions to get your student excited about geography.
Many parents worry that they will not be able to keep the gifted child challenged in their studies while homeschooling. There are plenty of ways for you to nurture your gifted student’s creativity and curiosity at home. Get some ideas, tips and resources here.
Get ready, the Homeschool Conventions are Coming! Need a homeschool convention in your area? Let me help! I found quite a few.
Do you wish that your family homeschool or your homeschooling group could afford some of those wonderful extras that make learning more exciting and memorable? Read on for a listing of legitimate fundraising ideas for homeschoolers as well as some thoughts on what to do with that extra cash.
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.
I know how tough it is sometimes as a single parent to relax, let alone plan a curriculum, but I’m here to tell you that it can be done. Single moms homeschool with increasing frequency. If you want to be successful at this endeavor, you’ll need to be organized when it comes to planning.
For anyone who has ever questioned or wondered about home schooling “I Am a Homeschooler” by Julie Voetberg will provide many answers. Read the review of the book and discover the many activities that could be used in conjunction with it.