Homeschool Collection

Welcome to the ninth edition of the Homeschool Collection brought to you by the Homeschool Review Crew! Each month our team loves blogging and sharing their knowledge with you to encourage, inspire and equip you to home educate your families.

Homeschool Product Reviews

Over the last month, our team has also been sharing their thoughts on using homeschooling products with their children. Here are some of the products we have reviewed this month:

From the Crew to You

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares

  • Lissy’s Frozen Chocolate Delight – with spring around the corner in the Southern Hemisphere it’s time to enjoy some chocolate frozen delights.
  • Nature Journaling – Here’s a list of resources to get you started.
  • Don’t Change The Method – Homeschooling High School – Looking back over my homeschool years this is the one thing I would like to encourage you when looking at the high school years.
  • Art in Your Homeschool – Here is a list of resources to get you started with art in your homeschool.

Yvie @ Homeschool On the Range shares

  • Roadschool Trip to Chocolate World + Who Was Milton Hershey? – What’s the sweetest town in the US of A? Did you guess Hershey? It’s where the streetlights are chocolate kisses, and one of the yummiest places to visit! Before our first visit to Hershey, we read the book ‘Who Was Milton Hershey?’ and learned about how the Hershey empire began. It’s a short read-aloud, and gave the kids a good perspective for the tour…
  • Best Immune-Boosting Herbs for Natural Health – Homeschool moms need to stay on top of their game as much as possible! Immunity is affected by daily habits, lifestyle choices, and exposure to toxins. Your immune system doesn’t just help prevent you from catching colds, but also prevents against things like cancer. Maintaining a healthy immune system should be top priority all year long, not just during cold and flu season…

Annette @ A Net in Time shares

  • How to teach elementary Science – Wanting to do science with your students? I love science, I find it very easy to teach, particularly in the younger years, but not everyone has a natural love of science. The question arises: How to teach elementary science. Let’s walk through some of the options you have for teaching science to elementary aged students.
  • Add in your life – Write what you know, it’s an adage that writers are often told. In every book I read on writing it’s repeated: Write what you know. It doesn’t mean that you have to tell your life story, but you use your life and what you know into the stories that you tell.
  • Engineering for High School – Do you have a child who is detailed oriented and likes to figure out the why of how things work? Who likes to figure out how to make things, or figures out the most efficient way of doing things? Well.. I DO. It sometimes drives me crazy, but I’ve learned (mostly to live with it). I’ve had more than one person tell me that he’s got a bit of an engineers mind. Therefore, this week I’m hoping to help others who are looking into opportunities for engineering for high school.
  • Selling Curriculum and Books – Today’s topic? Selling Curriculum and books. Why? Because that is what I have been doing today. The importance of good pictures, decent pricing, and the making of hard decisions.

Dawn @ Schoolin’ Swag shares

Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break shares

Lisa @ Maggie’s Milk shares

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