Project-based homeschooling: American Elm

Happy Arbor Day! In my last post, I told you a bit about my boys’ interest in plants and how we began identifying all the plants and trees in our yard. Even more so than plants, I think my eldest son is interested in trees, and he loves to try to identify them and propagate … Continue reading Project-based homeschooling: American Elm

Project-based Homeschooling: Plant Project

Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, I thought I would write about a project we've been working on for over a year. My older son has always had a special interest in plants. When he was little, he became obsessed with seeds for awhile. Then he had his carnivorous plant project, and we still grow the … Continue reading Project-based Homeschooling: Plant Project

Our 6th and 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum

This year I needed to save time (as a homeschooling parent I am sure you can relate), so I wrote about our 6th and 3rd grade curriculum on the home/school/life blog only. This is a list of all the resources we're using right now in the 2018-2019 school year. I may write individual posts on … Continue reading Our 6th and 3rd Grade Homeschool Curriculum

Homeschooling 1st Grade: A Look at Our Year & Curriculum

Now available!  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 how. It will show you how to create … Continue reading Homeschooling 1st Grade: A Look at Our Year & Curriculum

Homeschooling: Diving into Human History

I'm extra excited to tell you that one of the things I added mid-year are history lessons. If there's one thing I've been wanting to learn more about, it's history. 🙂 Until now, history is something I have not worried about incorporating into our homeschool lessons for several reasons. First, I don't think young children … Continue reading Homeschooling: Diving into Human History

Homeschooling 4th Grade: Math & the Multiplication Tables

I love math. Wait. Did I just say "I love math?" Why, yes, I think I did. It's the first time I have ever made that statement.  One of my English professors said that English majors are usually proud to say how bad they are are math. That's kind of true. But now I know that the … Continue reading Homeschooling 4th Grade: Math & the Multiplication Tables