Blog Posts - Homeschool



None of Our Children Attended Harvard

“See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition.” Colossians 2:8 We successfully homeschooled four kids. They’re all decent adults, capable of thinking for themselves, indep...
by Middle Aged Plague on Aug 27, 2015

For Homeschool or just to Learn at a time convenient for you ~ Levels for Guitar online Guitar Lessons #Levelsforguitar

Do you have time to spend driving back and forth and paying an instructor just so you can learn how to play an instrument?  What about if you have children who also want to learn?  Or several family or friends?I have found a way to make time in my...
by Mom Loves 2 Read on Aug 26, 2015

Storage Solutions for Writing Needs | Help Erase Bullying

This shop, Storage Solutions for Writing Needs | Help Erase Bullying,  has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EraseStress #CollectiveBias If you are on social media channels like Facebook...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 25, 2015

Are Your Kids Learning Cursive? Get Your Free Cursive Worksheets & More.

Are your kids learning cursive writing in school? My boys didn’t, and I really wish they had.  When I went to school, we spent a good chunk of second grade working on cursive.  This has become a hot topic recently, and there are those who arg...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 24, 2015

Get the Back-to-Homeschool Bundle FREE ($240 value)

Homeschoolers, I have a great freebie for you! Get the Back-to-Homeschool Bundle totally free for a limited time. This is a $240 value! Your free educational bundle includes: Curiosity Files by TOS  Beating the Summertime Blues by Kim Kautzer The W...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 24, 2015

Bottle Cap Word Sort

  I am always looking for fun ways to work on reading skills with the kids.  This week we played a few sight word games with plastic bottle caps to review letter blends we’ve been working on. The first activity we did was a simple word s...
by There's Just One Mommy on Aug 21, 2015

The Storyteller

Children are natural storytellers they learn from imagination,listening,and creativity, they  have learn by assembling facts  and finding meaning in every day events.Storytelling  requires a certain set of skills and I believe my daugh...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Aug 18, 2015

Writing A HomeSchool Plan

Now that you've devoted the time to homeschool it is necessary to determine how you want to homeschool. Each homeschooler is unique,they all have certain homeschool styles. You will notice most homeschoolers do not follow just one method or ideas. I...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Aug 16, 2015

Free and Discounted Science Education Resources for Back to School

Looking for some new resources to teach your child science? Whether you’re a teacher, homeschool family, or you want your child to get some extra practice at home, check out these free and discounted science resources that will make back-to-sc...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 11, 2015

Is Homeschooling An Option?

Amid the news of public schools closing and disturbing headlines concerning parental rights, many parents are wondering if homeschooling is an option for their family.
by Hunter Happenings on Aug 10, 2015

Gearing Up for Our New Homeschool Year #BICFightForYourWrite

As I look around Facebook, I am see the photos everyone is sharing of their kid's first day of school. It always sneaks up on me, because with our big Summer road trips our whole Summer is just about over by the time we get back. Of course, we do not...
by Life With 4 Boys on Aug 10, 2015

Free Greater Than, Less Than Math Practice for Grades 1-3

Parents, pick up this “greater than, less than” math practice packet for your first through third-grader. It’s free for a limited time. This packet includes an addition sorting game to practice greater than, less than, and equal to...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 5, 2015

5 Resources to Help You Tackle Your First Year of Homeschooling

When you first start homeschooling, it can be very overwhelming. Do you join a co-op? Which homeschool curriculum should you buy? How do you report grades? Can you really do this? It’s enough to make your head spin. Even though I was a public s...
by Happy Brown House on Aug 3, 2015

The Rhetoric Stage of Classical Education Exposed in The Conversation

This post, The Rhetoric Stage of Classical Education Exposed in The Conversation, was made possible with the chance to review The Conversation from Classical Conversations as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. If you talk to a group of homeschool p...
by Day by Day in Our World on Aug 3, 2015

Selecting the Best Electives in High School

It may have been years since I was in high school. However, I still recall loving the freedom I was given when selecting the best electives in high school which allowed me to pursue my interests or create a balanced ‘portfolio’ of coursework for...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 29, 2015

Free Minions Math Worksheets

Do you like freebies? Minions? Well, how about some Minions freebies? These free math activities at Educents offer 22 printable pages of math activities for Minions fans. Addition, subtraction, measurement, money, and more are covered! These are idea...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 29, 2015

Get the Homeschool Success eBook Bundle Free

Do you homeschool? Pick up the Homeschool Success eBook Bundle free for a limited time. You’ll learn how to organize your homeschool, overcome writing woes, and teach writing skills all in one amazing e-book bundle. Bring greater success to you...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 25, 2015

Free Hero Girl Themed Subtraction Worksheets

Don’t miss this freebie! It’s perfect for homeschoolers or if you’d just like your child to brush up on their subtraction facts. These free hero girl-themed subtraction worksheets were created for grades K through five. You get 15 p...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 25, 2015

Our Homeschool Curriculum 2015-2016

It’s hard to believe that it’s already getting close to time for Back to School, or in our case, (NOT) Back to School!  I recently started organizing our homeschool curriculum and preparing the weekly folders, so I’ve had school o...
by Happy Brown House on Jul 13, 2015

Homeschool Legacy Curriculum Review: Victoria and Her World

Victoria and Her World is a great study to use to introduce British history and cultural information to your kids.
by Hunter Happenings on Jul 13, 2015


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