Record Keeping For Interest-Led Homeschooling: Subject By Subject
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Record Keeping For Interest-Led Homeschooling: Subject By Subject

As I have shared our weekly homeschool lesson plans and recaps this year, one of the questions many of you have asked is, “How Do I Keep Track Of Our Interest-Led Homeschooling Lessons?” I understand why! It can appear like things are all over the place in an interest-led, strength-based homeschool. I think there are…

Homeschooling When Your Child’s Only Interests Are YouTube and Video Games

Homeschooling When Your Child’s Only Interests Are YouTube and Video Games

Is interest-led homeschooling even possible when your child’s only interests are YouTube and Video Games? My son asks me to sit with him and watch a YouTube video at least three times a day these days. Sometimes they are funny, Top 10 videos. Sometimes they are science videos that show amazing chemical reactions. Sometimes they…

Our Interest-Led Homeschool Curriculum: 2020-2021
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Our Interest-Led Homeschool Curriculum: 2020-2021

Today, I am happy to share our interest-led homeschool curriculum choices for the upcoming homeschool year.  This is one of my favorite posts of the year.  I love reading other mom’s plans for their homeschool and seeing how they’ve crafted a curriculum plan for their family. It’s a privilege to share mine.  There’s something about…

The Best Homeschool Science Curriculum For Hands-On Activities
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The Best Homeschool Science Curriculum For Hands-On Activities

Looking for a way to make science engaging and fun, that’s actually easy for you? This is the best homeschool science curriculum for hands-on activities.  For the past few months, I have really struggled to come up with new, hands-on activities for my youngest. He loves science, mostly because we have taken such a hands-on…

Why Is Hands-On Learning For Older Kids So Hard To Find?
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Why Is Hands-On Learning For Older Kids So Hard To Find?

Hands-On Learning for older kids is hard to come by. But why? Many middle and high schoolers still learn best with multi-sensory activities.  I first noticed it when my oldest son entered the middle school years. All of sudden, activities designed for multi-sensory learning were increasingly hard to find. The resources on blogs and Pinterest…

A Real Life Look At Curriculum For Children With Special Needs
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A Real Life Look At Curriculum For Children With Special Needs

I am sharing a look at curriculum for children with special needs, using our real life 2019 learning plan. This is the time of year when all the family curriculum posts are circulating. I love reading them – I have since we began homeschooling. It’s my favorite – being able to sneak a peek inside…

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