Homeschooling

homeschooling Want to know more about homeschooling?

I encourage you to visit the “information by state” page at Homeschool Legal Defense Association. If you live in Texas, you may also want to check out the Texas Homeschool Coalition. 

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Curriculum Meltdown

Curriculum Meltdown: Stop, Drop, and Roll

Curriculum meltdown. It happens to best of us. Maybe it's a slow fire that crackles and hisses, leaving a trail of ash behind. Or maybe it's a five alarm fire that rages and roars. In either case, you've found yourself in a curriculum that isn't working, doesn't fit, or you ...
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Reinforcing Life of Fred

Reinforcing Life of Fred Math – Middle School

*This post contains affiliate links.* You know we love Life of Fred Math. I've raved about Life of Fred before, about how much we love it, about how amazing these books are. We've also discussed one of the concerns I frequently hear about Life of Fred - the obvious ...
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Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division

Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division

Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division Looking for a good mnemonic for long division? For some reason, long division is a thorn in the side for many kids when they first learn it. My 13 year old is still having trouble keeping all the steps straight. It's a little harder ...
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Homeschooling High School Geography

Homeschooling High School? Need to teach geography? Over the past two months, I've written a trio of posts about homeschooling high school geography, over on the Bright Ideas Press blog. I can't repost them on my blog, since I wrote them for Bright Ideas Press, but I can point ...
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Thanksgiving Activities for Middle Schoolers

It can be difficult to find good resources and activities for middle schoolers. It's easier for preschool, kindergarten. . . everything up through third or fourth grade. But you start getting in to those middle years and it does become more of a challenge. Why do you think that is? ...
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Back to School 2016-2017: 11th, 8th, 5th Grade

*Posts contain affiliate links.* I can't believe summer is over. I am unusually unready for the start of the school year--and my favorite season of the year (fall.) I don't mean I'm not ready with curriculum or books or an organized school space (though, I'm not exactly prepared there, either.) ...
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