Today, we continue the Homeschool Virtual Open House Tour by learning what Bear chose for his Freshman year of High School. Most subjects came from SchoolhouseTeachers.com and others are from recent reviews. He chose four core subjects and three electives to begin his high school career. He is currently on track to earn 7.5 creditsContinue reading “High School Curriculum Choices”
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BOTW: Buck First Bank Account by Buck Academy
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at the BUCK FIRST BANK ACCOUNT book by Buck Academy. This story was written to be an easy-to-use guide to understanding bank options. The story introduces you to Buck, a dollar bill that explains how to choose aContinue reading “BOTW: Buck First Bank Account by Buck Academy”
Understanding Algebra 1 by The Critical Thinking Co.™
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at the Understanding Algebra I workbook by The Critical Thinking Co.™. This is a one-year course for students in grades 7th, 8th, or 9th grade. This soft-cover workbook has 384-pages, is perforated for easy removal, and includes detailed explanationsContinue reading “Understanding Algebra 1 by The Critical Thinking Co.™”
Fix It! Grammar Curriculum Level 5
Fix It! Grammar teaches students critically analyze material and then correctly search for and fix errors.
Christian Missionaries: Where Geography & Bible Study Meet!
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at the Mary Slessor: Forward Into Calabar book and Unit Study Curriculum Guide by YWAM Publishing. This book is a part of their Christian Heroes Then & Now series. All books within this series are available as physical books,Continue reading “Christian Missionaries: Where Geography & Bible Study Meet!”
Busy Mom’s Guide to Bible Study Collaboration
I’m hosting a collaboration focused on busy mothers sharing ways to include Bible Study in their routine.
Free/Low Cost Summer Field Trips
Going outside, even in the Texas heat is a must-do during Summer Enrichment! Use these suggestions to explore your city alongside your children while encouraging free play and creativity.
Art Projects/Crafts for Children and Teens
This Summer we are diving deep into my Art Book library and trying new projects. This year we will be painting on canvas, building 3D projects, and sculpting a volcano before the end of August.
8th Grade Summer Workbooks & Unit Studies
found these books to help my 8th grader learn during his leisure time.
Best Summer Workbooks for Elementary Students
Summer is here! Fun in the sun is on our agenda but so is Enrichment learning via fun and creative activities.