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5 Reasons You Should Create a Homeschool Portfolio is part of Homeschool portfolio - While some homeschoolers are legally required to make a portfolio, I'm not But, I still make portfolios in May No matter what And here's why School Plan, School Schedule, School Tips, School Ideas, Homeschool Supplies, Homeschool Curriculum, Kindergarten Curriculum, Homeschool High School, Free School Supplies

5 Reasons You Should Create a Homeschool Portfolio

While some homeschoolers are legally required to make a portfolio, I'm not. But, I still make portfolios in May. No matter what. And here's why.

10 Board Games for Homeschoolers/Caden also wants Guess Who Easy Party Games, Garden Party Games, Fun Games, Games To Play, Learning Activities, Teaching Ideas, Family Board Games, Board Games For Kids, Group Games

10 Board Games for Homeschoolers

Here's a look at our top 10 favorite family games. Watch the short video clips to learn how to play each of them.

One former public school teacher sets the record straight. Here's what the public school just can't provide for kids. I School, School Teacher, Public School, School Ideas, Classical Education, Missing Piece, Educational Activities, Science Experiments, Encouragement

A Missing Piece that Public School Can't Provide

One former public school teacher sets the record straight. Here's what the public school just can't provide for kids.

Would you like a current events resource for your homeschool that discusses news and culture from a Christian worldview? Then you’ve got to check out the resources from WORLD Newsgroup. High School Curriculum, Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, Homeschool Books, How To Start Homeschooling, Homeschooling Resources, Learning Activities, Current Events For Kids, History For Kids, Christian Families

Top Resources for Developing a Christian Worldview of Current Events

As a Christian parent, it can sometimes be difficult to keep my kids informed about current events. So many headlines are frightening, gritty, and wrought with adult themes. And while I want my kids to experience the world, I don't want them to be crushed by it. Rather, I want to give them bite-sized chunks of history-in-the-making and teach them to view current culture through a Christian worldview.

5 Sneaky Tricks for When You Can't Teach All-the-Things In Your Homeschool- A look at Dover Coloring/Activity Books Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, Homeschool High School, Homeschooling, History Activities, Color Activities, Presidents Book, American History Lessons, Activity Books, Seventh Grade

5 Sneaky Tricks for When You Can't Teach All-the-Things In Your Homeschool

I don't have time to teach all-the-things in my homeschool, so I use these three simple tricks to sneak in some extra learning.

It's not often a curriculum saunters into my life and steals my heart. Teaching Textbooks has been homeschool perfection for this momma who has a very real aversion to all-things-math. Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, Homeschool Math, Homeschooling, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Middle School, School Kids, High School, Math U See

Why I Use Teaching Textbooks {and why you should too}

It's not often a curriculum saunters into my life and steals my heart. Teaching Textbooks has been homeschool perfection for this momma who has a very real aversion to all-things-math.

After I graduate from homeschool, what should I do? Here's one graduates experience post homeschool. Paper Writer, The Art Of Storytelling, Homeschool High School, Montessori Homeschool, Homeschooling, Course Offering, Fiction Writing, Getting To Know You, Used Books

What Comes After Homeschooling: A Graduate's Perspective

After I graduate from homeschool, what should I do? Is college always the best option for everyone? Here's one graduates experience post homeschool.

5 Ways to Get'er Done this Year-simple tricks to boost productivity and reach goals. Business Motivational Quotes, Goal Quotes, Business Quotes, Lesson Quotes, Quotes Quotes, Life Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Homeschool High School, Homeschooling

5 Ways to Get'er Done this Year

Time. T.I.M.E. Four little letters that hold our entire lives. Time is a leveler, you know. It makes us all equal. There’s no other commodity in life that doesn’t care about status or title or bank account. Time is no respecter of persons. We’re all the same when time is handed out each day. The rich and the poor, the famous and the ordinary, the brilliant and the average…all have the same number of moments in a day. Barring God takes us home to eternity, we’ll all wake up tomorrow morning…

I think homeschoolers, ALL homeschoolers but especially tweens and teens, need to have a different teacher than mom from time-to-time and here's why. High School Teen, Homeschool High School, Homeschooling, Seventh Grade, Eighth Grade, Learning Styles, Kids Learning, Picture Stand, Middle Schoolers

Homeschool Mom, Your Teen Needs a Different Teacher and Here's Why

I think homeschoolers, ALL homeschoolers but especially tweens and teens, need to have a different teacher than mom from time-to-time and here's why.

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Homeschooler, Kill Your Dreams

Don't encourage your children to chase their dreams. Push them to follow after God's plans for their lives.

Learning to be a better speaker and debater will revolutionize a homeschoolers life. Homeschool High School, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling, High School Life, Middle School, Speech And Debate, Economic Research, Career Exploration, Figure Of Speech

Homeschool Student, Be a Better Communicator! {a graduate's perspective}

Learning to be a better speaker and debater will revolutionize a homeschoolers life.

The Unlikely Homeschool is an online, faith-based site full of ideas, organizational tools, and printables for the busy homeschooling mom. Summer School, Summer Kids, School Fun, Summer 2015, Summer Activities For Kids, Kid Activities, Summer Bucket Lists, Elementary Schools, Kids Playing

Summer Bucket List 2013

Only 1 1/2 more weeks and the 2012-2013 school year will be in the rear-view mirror. Hard to believe! But as is the case with all of life's great journeys...when one ends, the next one begins. And for us, as we say goodbye to "official" learning, we welcome summer and the education that only comes with experiences, adventures, and good-old-fashioned family fun! Like in year's past, I have put together a list...a bucket list, if you will...of all our "hopes and dreams" for the summer ahead…

Mid-January can bring about a sad slide in your healthy eating resolve. Beth shares some thoughts about how to stay on the good eating band wagon and shares her cashew chicken salad recipe. Diced Chicken, Cashew Chicken, Rotisserie Chicken, Peanut Butter Jar, Homemade Mayonnaise, Roasted Cashews, Chicken Salad Recipes, Fresh Herbs

Fresh Starts, Homemade Mayo, and Cashew Chicken Salad

Mid-January can bring about a sad slide in your healthy eating resolve. Beth shares some thoughts about how to stay on the good eating band wagon and shares her cashew chicken salad recipe.

Favorite Read Alouds from 2020 #homeschool #readaloud Homeschool High School, Homeschool Kindergarten, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling, Kids Lighting, The Day Will Come, Kids Reading, Great Stories, High School Seniors

Favorite Read Alouds from 2020

Looking for your next great family read aloud? Look no further. Here are a few of our favorites from this past year.

What We're Reading in January 2021 #readaloudrevival #readaloud Homeschool Blogs, Homeschooling, Read Aloud Revival, Fair Weather Friends, Magic Treehouse, Losing Friends, Book People, Writing Process, Teaching Reading

What We're Reading in January 2021

We're now deep into the first month of the new year and while my kids and I have started many books these past few weeks, we haven't really gotten to read very few pages from any of them. I blame The Great British Baking Show. We discovered the show just after Christmas. Apparently, we were the only people on the planet who hadn't seen a single episode during quarantine. Since then, we've spent way too much time watching Season 1 in the evenings instead of reading. But, these are wonky…