Before you can begin homeschooling, there are certain requirements and regulations that must be met. In Nevada.
February is a busy month for homeschoolers! February holidays this month: Black History Month, Groundhog Day, Presidents Day, and Valentines day. There are so many opportunities for field trips and learning activities. I will be sharing all the resources here on this page including activities, decorations, and books. This page will be updated frequently withContinue reading “Homeschool February Fun: Planning for February Holidays”
Are you looking for an effective way to teach history to your homeschooler and have a reference guide for years to come? History Timeline Notebooks are a great way to easily track and reference historical events in your homeschool. They provide a comprehensive timeline of world events, as well as specific events related to theContinue reading “Using History Timeline Notebooks to Easily Track and Reference Historical Events in Your Homeschool”
Homeschooling is becoming more and more popular as parents take control of their children’s education. As with any educational choice, there are pros and cons to each and every curriculum. One of the most popular homeschool curriculum is The Good and Beautiful Homeschool Curriculum, which is designed to be an easy-to-use, open-and-go type of curriculum. We used this curriculum for multiple years and multiple levels and made the decision to quit using The Good and Beautiful.
Before we decided to take the leap from public school to homeschool, one of my very first searches was statistics of homeschool kids….because everyone needs proof right? What I found in my research helped me make the decision to homeschool my children. Are There Actual Benefits to Homeschooling Your Children Homeschooling has become increasingly popularContinue reading “The Benefits of Homeschooling: Statistical Evidence to Support Your Decision”
This past August we “officially” started preschool with my son who was 3 when we started. I say this very lightly as we have no official preschool schedule. We have lots of different resources that we sit down and use whenever we have time and my son is in a school mood. Mostly we focusContinue reading “Teaching a Preschooler to Write Letters – ABC Writing Lesson Review”
If you follow me here on my blog, on Youtube, or my Instagram– you know I am a huge advocate for incorporating computer science lessons in your homeschool. Computers and Technology are used in every career field, computer skills are extremely important for kids to learn, especially at a young age. My interest in findingContinue reading “Homeschool Computer Science – Let’s Start Coding Kit Review”
The PRIDE Reading Program is an easy to use, structured literacy, Orton-Gillingham curriculum for children of all ages. This homeschool curriculum uses engaging, multisensory methods to teach reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension.
Being a homeschool parent comes with a heavy weight- constantly thinking are we doing enough, are we teaching the right subjects. I know I feel this especially when it comes to the topic of technology in homeschool. My kids were not always homeschooled and at their previous charter school, even in younger grades such asContinue reading “Coding in Homeschool – Eureka Champs Online Coding Classes”
LuvBug learning is an adorable social emotional learning app for kids to watch fun videos and play engaging games. LuvBug supports PROACTIVE parenting, equipping kids with essential life skills. LuvBug is critical for parents concerned about introducing their kids to this crazy world of technology.