Homeschool Curriculum

Top 10 Music Appreciation Curricula for Homeschoolers

Top 10 Music Appreciation Curricula for Homeschoolers

So yesterday I started sharing the Ultimate Guide to teaching Music in your Homeschool. This is part 2 of a 5 day hopscotch. Sometimes the easiest way to include a subject into our learning days is to have a curriculum that guides us through the process. […]

10 Best Homeschool Math Outsourced Options Online

10 Best Homeschool Math Outsourced Options Online

Math can be one of those subjects that gives pause to many homeschooling teachers. This mom included. It still gives me pause as my son speeds past my abilities time and time again. But one of the best pieces of homeschooling advice I’ve ever learned […]

We’re Homeschooling High School and Our 9th Grade Curriculum Picks

We’re Homeschooling High School and Our 9th Grade Curriculum Picks

Ninth Grade y’all, seriously! I don’t think I’m ready for this and when I sit down and think about homeschooling high school I have panic attacks. It reminds me so much of those first few years when I started homeschooling, and then discovering what giftedness […]

How to Find Help to Identify Gaps in Gifted Math Learning

How to Find Help to Identify Gaps in Gifted Math Learning

I know it seems silly to say, but I sometimes wonder if my academically gifted child has gaps in learning. But the reality is, I do worry about that. This is especially true in math. Since he’s working 3 to 4 years ahead of his […]

Just the Presidential Facts Notebooking Pages

Just the Presidential Facts Notebooking Pages

It’s inaugural week. That means on Friday the 20th of January at high noon eastern time, a new President of the United States of America will be inaugurated as the Commander in Chief of the United States of America. I’ve updated the Presidential Facts Notebooking […]

This Week…After a Week Away

This Week…After a Week Away

Back to Book Learning You may have noticed that I’ve been MIA for the last couple of Saturdays. I am really sorry about that. On the one hand, I’ve been in a bit of writers slump and on the other hand we also were doing […]

Catching the Olympic Spirit in Homeschool

Catching the Olympic Spirit in Homeschool

Resources for Olympic Unit Study This post contains affiliate links to products which are ideal for an Olympic Unit Study.I love the Olympics. It doesn’t matter if it’s the Summer Olympics or the Winter Olympics. For the Summer Olympics I like to watch gymnastics, swimming, […]

Customizing Language Arts

Customizing Language Arts

How I Teach English in Homeschool Somewhere between when I graduated high school and started teaching homeschool (yes, I do realize that is a long time) they went from calling “English” to “Language Arts.” The reality is our goal is to teach our children the […]