Day 1 – Cooking Life Skills If you are joining me from the iHomeschool Network 5 Day Hopscotch, welcome. I’m talking about life skills you need to teach gifted teens and for this first day of the hopscotch I’ll be discussing cooking life skills. While anyone […]
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When it comes to high school, math is the one subject that gives most homeschool moms the most worry. Add to that, a good core math curriculum can cost $200, $300, or more and you might just want to throw in the homeschooling towel. But, […]
The 2017/2018 homeschool academic year is upon us. And, what better time for a giveaway than as your kiddos are getting back to school? This year I’ve pulled together a variety of items in my homeschool bundle giveaway. A little science, a little history, math, and even some art.
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I’ve got a great bundle valued at over $400! This bundle pulls together something for both mom and the kids, plus some great curriculum to help you round out your homeschool year.
As homeschooling moms we know that the best way for a child to learn is through first hand experience. This year an event that hasn’t happened in 99 years will happen. A solar eclipse will happen across the United States. Coming up this year, on […]
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 […]
Isn’t it interesting how homeschooling through the years changes. When we start out in Kindergarten we’re gathering finger paints, fat pencils, and picture books. Through elementary paper types change, and glue sticks abound. This year in our homeschool we officially reach high school. While paper and pencils are still on my back to homeschool supply list, the way those items are utilized becomes more focused. (more…)
One of the goals we set as a family this year is to do kindness projects as a family. We are approaching these projects in a variety of ways but one that has become a constant is correspondence. We are going back to the basics […]