Nearing the End of 5th Grade Homeschool

Officially, our "homeschool year" isn't over until August, and I will continue to give my boys lessons through the summer. However, when the weather turns warm, we start making time to get outdoors, and I begin to prioritize our lessons in this way: What can we finish before June? What do I want to stop … Continue reading Nearing the End of 5th Grade Homeschool

Our Homeschool End of Year Review and Celebration

Our 2014-2015 "school" year ended in July. Though I haven’t quite caught up my blog with this past year’s activities (I will be doing that soon), we did finish our 2014-2015 year in July, and since the new school year is starting for so many homeschoolers, traditionally schooled kids, and us, I thought I’d mark the … Continue reading Our Homeschool End of Year Review and Celebration

Homeschooling: Our 1st Grade End of Year Review and Progress Report

A quick note about a resource you may like: The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching the Early Years is for all parents of young students who are beginning to homeschool or who are in their early elementary years. Homeschooling young children doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive, and this no-fuss resource will show you … Continue reading Homeschooling: Our 1st Grade End of Year Review and Progress Report

Homeschooling: End of the Year Review and Progress Report

Available Now! ... The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching First Grade is a simple guide to homeschooling 1st grade. But it's also much more. I recommend it for any parent who has a child between the ages of 4-8. “First Grade” is merely a guide. Not an absolute. This guide will help you figure out … Continue reading Homeschooling: End of the Year Review and Progress Report