[Today's post Learning High School American History and Literature Should Go Hand-in-Hand was written by guest contributor Michelle Habrych.] I believe so strongly that learning high school American History and Literature should go hand-in-hand that I worked to combine curriculum and created … [Read more...] about Learning High School American History and Literature Should Go Hand-in-Hand
[Today's post Tips for Teaching Homeschool High School Subjects is a guest contributor post from Michelle Habrych.] Tips for Teaching Homeschool High School Subjects Many homeschool moms fear teaching homeschool high school subjects, worried that their knowledge is not enough to get their … [Read more...] about Tips for Teaching Homeschool High School Subjects
[Today we have a guest post called Cooking with Books from homeschool mom of 2, Naomi Bieda, who loves reading and home cooking!] Cooking with Books I have learned a lot in my 10 years of homeschooling...one important lesson I have learned is that kids love to eat and most kids love to cook! It … [Read more...] about Cooking with Books ~ a fun way to have a kids cooking class!
Today's guest post about "Alternatives to a Traditional Homeschool Co-op" is from long-time veteran homeschooler Kate Woods! I felt led to put together a quick message to encourage, and possibly guide, those with young families who are first-time homeschoolers looking for a co-op. Since so many … [Read more...] about Alternatives to a Traditional Homeschool Co-op When a Co-op Isn’t An Option
[Today's post "All You Need to Know About Choosing a Homeschool Group" was written by contributor Michelle Habrych.] Homeschooling takes many different forms in homes across the country, as well as around the world. For some people, it means everything is done at home. For our family, from the … [Read more...] about All You Need to Know About Choosing a Homeschool Group
As part of our Ancient History studies with our Tapestry of Grace Fellowship Group this year (homeschool co-op) we held an Olympic Games Event. We had over 20 families participate. I'd like to share with you today how we did it! We decided to divide everyone up into five teams and have them be … [Read more...] about How to Host an Olympic Games Event