We are a project based homeschooling family. This board is about self directed, project based, and other approaches, data, and resources for homeschool.
To learn more this boy leaves the classroom to strike out on his own path.
High Schools Left, Schools Reformer
A response to those I offend in my choice to homeschool.
Follow Online, Education Discuss, Online Articles
It's not a good practice, but I admit it. Sometimes I read the comments. The ones that follow online articles about homeschooling.
Private school vs. public school: Only bad people send their kids to private school.
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Reading Walt Whitman in ninth grade changed the way you see the world? Well, getting drunk before basketball games with kids who lived at the trailer park near my house did the same for me. In fact it’s part of the reason I feel so strongly about public schools.
Written to get a reaction, but I get it. How can one make good education attainable for a child who would otherwise receive poor education?
Public education and parenting
I call bullshit! You don't have to accept mediocracy for your children or send them to a school that you fundamentally don't believe in. I do not want my children being taught how to take a test. I want my children to enjoy learning without the threat of grades or failure. When public school does this. Then I'll get on board.
Allison Benedikt of Slate mag says that if you put your children in private schools, you are a bad person. Your children should be sacrificed to failing public schools for the future generations.
Techniques for organizing the ADHD student
Techniques for organizing the ADHD student
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4 Myths of Homeschooling - WAHM.com
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4 Tips for Starting Your Home Bakery Business - WAHM.com
Work a little exercise a little; add variety to your home office routine.
Home Business Ideas: Home Bakery
When They Ask If Your Kids Will Miss Out
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10 Most Annoying Homeschool Questions Ever Asked This site is hilarious!
The Big Bad Middle School Literature List (Grades 5-8) (Ages 9-14)
Top 10 Most Awkward Homeschool Moments
Top 10 Homeschool Curriculum Picks of 2013
Language Arts Curriculum that Won’t Dumb Your Child Down
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer
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Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer. The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is to be released on tablet exclusively for the iPad, on the 24th July 2014. Get it here: http://teachyourmonstertoread.com/ipad The game is a phonics-based reading adventure for children aged 3 - 6. It was created and developed by The Usborne Foundation. Children create their own monster and take it on an adventure through a magical world. They travel to colourful places, meet the mysterious Island Kings and collect rewards as their monster learns the first steps of reading. The game helps children to develop speed and accuracy of letter recognition, plus developing their ability to blend and segment words. It follows the teaching sequence in the UK Government-recommended “Letters and Sounds” programme. The game has been designed in collaboration with academics from Roehampton University and features Simon Farnaby from BBC’s Horrible Histories.
Teach Your Monster to Read game
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» The Easiest Way to Get Organized for Homeschooling High School
Your Child Doesn’t Have to Be a Homeschool Poster Child
The summer issue of home/school/life magazine: How to navigate homeschool transitions, family travel inspiration, video games that teach history, the science of sidewalk egg-frying, curriculum reviews, summer reading recommendations, and lots more!
Holiday gift ideas for your child artist | Project Based Homeschooling
Kids Homeschool, For Kids
What's wrong with DIY for kids
Do you discuss short and long-term goals with your kids? Homeschooling or not, this post has interesting ideas for learning conferences between parents and children.
A hundred languages | Project Based Homeschooling
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Project-Based Homeschooling: Art Space: Advanced Inventory
recommended advanced art materials for kids.
Making Time for Things That Matter
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5 ways to find more time for things that matter Camp Creek Blog | Project Based Homeschooling
Inside my project journal | Project Based Homeschooling
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One of my favorite journaling posts EVER! From Project Based Homeschooling :: Inside my project journal — documenting children’s self-directed learning
Camp Creek Blog | Project Based Homeschooling
Project journal — parent’s | Project Based Homeschooling
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I use my project journal to keep track of what the boys are doing each day books they’ve read movies they’ve seen sites they’ve visited online their conversations letters and e-mails they’ve sent photos of them working photos they’ve taken their sketches, models, and constructions their questions their plans their requests — for materials, field work, etc. and so on... I use a digital camera and print out my photos on regular
Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning
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Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning (rec by Lori in PBH Master Class)
Learning to read... | Project Based Homeschooling
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Art lesson: Blind contour drawing | Project Based Homeschooling
Life of Fred. A truly wonderful math series that teaches math in a very unique way. These are funny. engaging math storybooks and not boring drill workbooks. The focus is on helping you learn to think about math and seeing math applied in real life. Just because the books seem skinny since they are not stuffed with practice worksheets which you can find anywhere, this is deceptively deep and solid.
Life of Fred Apples teaches beginning addition
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Life of Fred Elementary Series: Apples - a living book math curriculum. I keep meaning to get these, too.
Things 2 and 3 are really getting into math so I'm trying out various recommended math books and manipulatives Life of Fred Elementary, Apples, Horrible Books
Apples- First book in Life of Fred maths series. Making maths fun and interesting by using stories about a boy called Fred. Adnil Press - Elementary Series
Amazon.com: Life of Fred: Apples, Elementary Math Book, Math As Serious As It Needs to Be (Life of Fred, Volume 1): Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph.D.: Books
Khan Academy. math
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Khan Academy is a non-profit educational website created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan, a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School. The stated mission is to provide "a free world-class education for anyone anywhere". Khan link:https://www.khanacademy.org/
KHAN ACADEMY is a website with math videos explaining every math concept from elementary education and up. Practice exercises and other resources are available to support the videos
Singapore Math is very effective for some kids! Videos that explain Singapore Math lessons.
KHANACADEMY Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more. Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
Education Unboxed - Math Tutoring Help Through Videos, Games and More
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Education Unboxed - Great tips on teaching math concepts!
Education Unboxed - Preschool and up Math Help Through Videos, Games and More
Education Unboxed: Great website for math activities and games.
Education Unboxed - Tactile math ideas and homeschool math lesson plans. *pinned by WonderBaby.org
Education Unboxed - Math Games