Our 2nd Grade Homeschool Schedule and Curriculum (with Pre-K too!)

  I love new school years! It's an accomplishment to close out the previous year and plan a new one, and in the beginning of the year, everything feels so tidy and structured. I like structure, but I try to remain flexible about our schedule as the year goes on. It’s inevitable that new priorities will … Continue reading Our 2nd Grade Homeschool Schedule and Curriculum (with Pre-K too!)

Our 1st Grade Homeschool Schedule and Curriculum

If this post helps you, be sure to check out: The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching the Early Years.  It will help you forge that path between teaching and letting your child follow his/her own interests. It guides you on how to foster creativity and create an ideal environment for learning. And for those who need … Continue reading Our 1st Grade Homeschool Schedule and Curriculum

Recording A Homeschool Student’s Progress: The Homeschool Portfolio, Part 1

{Homeschooling without a curriculum} {Eclectic Homeschooling} {Free print outs for your record keeping.} Though I have seen countless blogs on the Internet offering advice on how to keep track of your child’s homeschool, I knew that I would have to come up with my own system or I wouldn’t stick to it.  So I write … Continue reading Recording A Homeschool Student’s Progress: The Homeschool Portfolio, Part 1

My Practice Homeschooling Year Is Over…

What Did I Learn? Note: This column was printed in the Barrow Journal on June 6, 2012. Last week I wrote about the changes in the Georgia homeschooling law, which will go into effect during the 2012/2013 school year. This news was pertinent for my household since we’ll be filing the Declaration of Intent to Homeschool … Continue reading My Practice Homeschooling Year Is Over…