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It won’t be long until we will be gearing up for school again, however, because we are homeschoolers, we really never take off a lot during the summer. Our school days are shorter, so we tend to school year round. There are times though, when we like to just sit down — without any textbooks — and watch something educational instead of working in a workbook or reading thoughts from a textbook.
Here are 10 Netflix titles that will excite your kids and give them a little brain power boost for the summer. It will help kick them in gear for the upcoming school year!
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One thing that my kids have always hated about homeschooling is writing. For me, I love to write so I was hoping that they would garner the same interest in writing that I have. Unfortunately that has never been so. Until now.
Kayla was introduced to Writing with Sharon – Writing Fiction in High School, and has discovered that she loves to write short stories that allow her to escape into another world for just a little while.
Dusty is headed out on an all-new adventure this summer in PLANES FIRE AND RESCUE and in celebration of this, here are a some fun activities for you and your family to enjoy while soaring through the sky or relaxing in your own backyard.
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Even though most of us are preparing for the end of the school year, a homeschool mom’s adventure is just beginning. We love to plan and get ready for the next year’s big curriculum purchase — and a lot of us choose to do that in April. I am super pumped to share with you about Alpha Omega’s Spring Sale!
I am super excited about tomorrow! The Muppets Most Wanted movie opens in theaters To get your little ones excited, here are some free activity sheets you can download.
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In our home we love science experiments and projects. My son was always a lover of cool shows on television that taught and showed him how to do things, and so is my daughter. We have spent many a homeschool day, piled up on the couch, getting our schooling in for the day using fun shows like How It’s Made, MythBusters, and more.
As soon as your child begins high school, he or she will have to take standardized tests of some type. Every state has different requirements for its high school students, but once the time comes to apply for college, every student will need to take one of two tests: the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or the ACT, which is run by American College Testing, in order to show college readiness. Since these tests will be such a big factor in college admissions, the more you can do to help your child prepare early, the better the process will be!
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When my kids were little, we spent countless hours piled upon the couch reading our favorite classic story books. The pages came alive of books such as Stuart Little, Charlotte’s Web, The Velveteen Rabbit, and more. Being a homeschool family, we have devoured so many of those books.
Since we homeschool, we are always looking for free resources that offer us a way to study something, but make it really interesting. Never in a million years did I think to check out the Orkin website. Here I have leared about the world’s scariest bugs.
This year has already started off to a great year with my daughter. It feels weird though, because she is the only one I am homeschooling. Because of that I am working hard at making it a fun year for her. Here are 3 tips to make homeschooling fun that I try to incorporate in our week somewhere.