For a limited time, I will be sharing my “How to Homeschool Your Child from Pre-School through High School” book for FREE! It will be available from May 19 – 23, 2017 at this link. This is an Amazon Kindle book, but you do not need a Kindle to read it. On the book’s page, there is a link to get a free kindle book reader download for your computer or device.
This book is great for any homeschooling family or anyone that is thinking of homeschooling. It’s free, so why not check it out?
I have homeschooled my children for over 20 years and have three homeschool graduates. My eldest child went on to the United States Air Force Academy after his homeschool career. I still have six kids at home and am always tweaking my schooling each year. I like to explore new options, but have a good foundation for my overall curricula. This book is a short read with lots of information that lists where to find the resources suggested along with fun ideas to help make homeschool great!
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I have been homeschooling for over 20 years! Things have changed since I started with my oldest son, but it still remains dear to my heart. We are a Christian homeschooling family and began our journey in homeschooling with my eldest son, Nick, and never looked back! He went on to enter the U.S. Air Force Academy and is now going to be 27 years old. Where did the time go?
We have had two more children graduate our homeschool high school and now we only 😉 homeschool our remaining six kids. The children are in 11th, 9th, 8th, 6th, and two kids are in 4th. To get a look into what we do, I have listed our curricula below. We have some kids that school comes easily to, and some that it is quite challenging for. I love that I can take the time needed for each child’s ability. We start everyday with Bible reading and prayers, and then each child has assignments for their particular grade.
11th Grader’s Curricula:
American Literature – Learning Language Arts Through Literature
Learning Language Arts Through Literature – Tan Book
Math – Saxon 7/6
Handwriting – Italic Book G
4th Grader’s Additional Curricula:
Learning Language Arts Through Literature – Orange Book
Math – Saxon 5/4
Handwriting – Italic Book F
Explode the Code Books
The older girls are able to do their coursework on their own with some assistance from me. I LOVE Teaching Textbooks for math because it is automatically graded, which leaves less grading for me. My kids love it too and do well with it. I find teaching the Easy Peasy History, Music, and Art classes to all the younger kids at once to work very well and is more enjoyable for all. Of course, I require more from the 8th grader than I do the 4th graders. 🙂
We do lots of other things that are part of our school. The kids spend a lot of time outside. We enjoy our little homestead, hunt, fish, hike, cook together, sew, garden, raise chickens, etc. In fact, we call my daughter Celia the chicken whisperer. She is often seen outside singing to her chickens. They sit on her shoulder and on her arm while she talks and sings to them. Their favorite song is “Happy” by Pharrell Williams.
What do you do in your homeschool? What curricula have you found to be especially helpful? Please share int he comments below.