Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained this summer while preventing learning loss? Why not put together a simple summer homeschool curriculum? The summer months are the perfect time to explore new interests, strengthen skills taught during the previous year, and test out programs you might want to incorporate in the next school year.
Literary Adventures for Kids offers dozens of book clubs/novel studies for kids of all ages. The program is versatile enough to meet any English Language Arts requirements. In this video, I give you an inside look into some of the book clubs our family has recently completed and share what we love about the program.
Taking a core motivations test can help your students learn more about themselves and what drives them, serving as a starting off point for pursuing future career options.
Gardening with kids is both enjoyable and educational. Use these resources to build a hands-on gardening unit study to teach kids about gardening.
Need a break from curriculum? Why not try some unit studies? We’ve complied over 170 unit study ideas to inspire the next adventure in your homeschool or classroom.
Learn how to create homeschool unit studies that are fun and engaging for your children and foster a love of learning more about the world around them.
This is how to create a first grade homeschool schedule that really works! Start organizing your homeschool schedule to get ahead.
Learn with HOMER is a fun, effective app has a proven track record for equipping kids with the skills they need to become successful readers.
Story starters are an excellent way to get kids writing quickly. Here are eight ways you can integrate story starters into your language arts lessons.
Short stories have a lot of work to do. They have to convey vivid details about setting and characters while advancing a cohesive plot in a limited amount of space. Using a story planner template is an effective way to ensure a positive short story writing experience for both new and experienced writers.