Today I’m participating in a collaboration, hosted by Family of Three Homeschool and The Ingrid Chronicles! These videos focus on how it is okay to ask for help with our homeschool journey. The participants also highlighted a few resources of where to get help. If you could use a bit of encouragement, a few sillyContinue reading “Homeschool Mom Encouragement! Why We All Need Help Collaboration”
Today’s review features a detailed walk-through of the Music Appreciation: Book 2 for the Middle Grades course and components. This middle school elective, offered by Zeezok Publishing, introduces your older children to the life, creative muses, and various talents of nine composers. This course was created for children in 5th through 8th grade. The itemsContinue reading “**UPDATED** Zeezok Publishing Music Appreciation Course (5th – 8th grade)”
If you’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed then this post is for you!
In this post I share four unique ways to educate children of all ages about African-American History. These tips are sure to allow you to create fun activities for your homeschool while acknowledging the importance of other cultures.
The Parker Inheritance by Variance Johnson takes the reader throughout a small town’s history via a resurrected treasure hunt, multiple family dynamics, and the emotions that Middle School aged children endure.
My younger children LOVE using candy to practice their math facts.
Check out Simply Coding online curriculum for youth! The Coding for Kids Annual Membership teaches youth to write code for computer games, websites, and apps.
SO, YOU THINK YOU WANT TO HOMESCHOOL? FIRST, WATCH THIS!
An updated tour of the Reading Eggs and Mathseeds educational websites and apps by Blake eLearning Inc with new program features.
This week’s review features our thoughts on the Structure and Style® for Students Year 1 Level B (grades 6-8) comprehensive writing course by the Institute for Excellence in Writing®.