Homeschooling middle school and high school can be intimidating especially because those of us who began homeschooling using literature start to feel like we need to leave it behind. How to Approach Middle & Early High School Science with Literature is focused on using the Bookshark Level 8 History of Science All Subject Package. Disclaimer: … Read More about How to Approach Middle & Early High School Science with Literature
Learning geography is perfect at any age. You only need the right tools for the job. Geography Quests are family geography adventures that work for multiple ages in any homeschool. Geography Quest Game Edition is a list of fantastic games with a geography theme. This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support! This post … Read More about Geography Quest: Game Edition
This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support! I know what you’re thinking. Summer is half over. Maybe you are even looking ahead to a summer start on the new school year. But, even year round homeschoolers choose a different pace of life in the summer. There’s swimming to be done and vacationing, slow … Read More about Who Else Wants to be a Summer Reading Rockstar?
Many of my readers know we are homeschooling high school with teens who have a chronic illness. We look for tools that make the most sense when working with students who need frequent breaks and reminders. How to Use Online Math for Teens with Chronic Illness is a look at how we use CTC Math. … Read More about How to Use Online Math for Teens with Chronic Illness
Homeschooling is an adventure that sometimes requires special tools for success. Whether you have kids who need help due to chronic illness, gifted intensities, special needs, or speech difficulties, the right tools make the work easier. How to Use Your Voice to Boost Your Brain focuses on Forbrain, a bone conduction headset designed to enhance … Read More about How to Use Your Voice to Boost Your Brain