3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum

I’m teaching 3rd grade for the 4th time. And this year, I’ve revamped my plan to try several new things, because I really need something new in our schedule. I’m changing up our language arts, science, and history. I think we’re going to have a great year with some new curriculum choices. My 3rd graderRead more

5th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

I have a precocious 5th grader this year. She is my artsy, creative, winsome, and compassionate child. She’s more interested in fairytales and far-off adventure lands. You’ll usually find her dancing around the house singing at the top of her lungs. But this girl picks up things quickly, and because of her high reading level,Read more

6th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

It’s 6th grade take 2! My second child is about to begin 6th grade. He’s a vastly different learner than his older sister, so our plan looks quite different for his year. He is my late bloomer – brilliant in math and abstract thinking, but a struggling learner in reading and spelling. However, during hisRead more

8th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

How did I get here? I have a teenager who is about to enter high school – in fact, she’s already working on some high school credits. We’ve been talking about college and testing and life plans. WHAT? It’s a little bit crazy. As I’ve planned this school year, I’ve felt overwhelmed with thoughts ofRead more

How to Start Homeschooling

So, you want to homeschool? It’s ok. You can do it. There are so many resources to help you get started. So, where exactly should you start?? Let me give you a quick start guide to get you on the road to homeschool success. Step 1: Find your local or state homeschool organization. There areRead more

Virtual School vs. Homeschooling

Sometimes it’s not really homeschooling. We need to stop and back up for a moment. The face of homeschooling has changed over the years. But at the core, homeschooling is still the same – it’s parents taking charge of their children’s education and paving a new road for their children’s futures. Homeschooling is not justRead more