I never considered myself the “fun” unit study mom. I am still more of a textbook/workbook person. Unit studies don’t always fit with the way our family operates—and that is one of the great things about homeschooling! No matter the method, homeschooled kids excel (www.nheri.org). However, I know the kids need breaks from the books,
Your home library can be complete with these twenty-one books to teach kindness. Ranging from unit studies to use in your homeschool to quality resources for mom, you are bound to find treasures for your family from this list. Teaching kindness is integral in the homeschool environment, and these resources are great discussion starters to
Where are my pencils? It does not matter if I have bought pencils recently or not . . . when it comes to time to homeschool, they will be missing! Can you relate? Every year around this time I try to get all my “ducks in row,” but find some are simply quacking off beat!
One of the privileges I have as being the coordinator for our ROKU “Homeschooling Network” is getting to highlight some of my favorite Homeschool Teachers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on demand! If you have not discovered this gem of educational inspiration, you will thank me for this introduction for certain! The