Part two of THE ADVENTURE OF HOMESCHOOLOING PRE-K-12TH: PART ONE. Why do you homeschool?
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Beyond my professional opinion as a special needs educator, I can recommend BookShark to you on another level. As a homeschool mom to a struggling student, I am a testimony to the excellence of BookShark. It is working for my own son!
Why do you homeschool? There are any number of answers to that question and sometimes homeschooling comes before or after a bout with public school and at times homeschooling co-exists with public schooling.
A lazy morning with grateful children who happily apply themselves to their studies while you enjoy having them all under one roof. Sound idyllic?
We discovered BookShark right away – it was a perfect fit for our family. The prewritten weekly schedule was just the level of organization I wanted in a homeschool program – now I wouldn’t have to create everything from scratch! I ordered the Pre-K program three years ago, when my oldest was three, and I never looked back.
Working and Homeschool?! Does it seem like an impossible proposition for you and your family? It might not be as crazy as it sounds.
Science starts with small experiments and grows to larger ones like antacids and soda as we grow in our understanding of how things work, which makes it fun yet a little scary at times for both the teacher and the student.
As the summer sun has said adieu and the air crisps, we begin embracing autumn, a season that brings forth a riot of colors and a sense of cozy nostalgia. What better way to celebrate this magical time of year than by engaging your little ones in some delightful fall leaf art projects?
In the last 20 years to say that homeschooling has changed is a bit of an understatement. With the advance of the internet, how we find things, communicate and more has radically changed. It’s also changed how we interact with one another. The thrill of checking the mail or making sure everyone is off the phone so you can be sure to get that scheduled call is no longer a thing.
Art is subjective, right? So how can you teach someone what art is? It’s often a subject homeschoolers shy away from because it can be intimidating! Embracing art’s subjectivity allows everyone to appreciate something different AND gives space for creativity.