August Home School Round Up

Welcome to the August Homeschool Collection hosted by the Homeschool Review Crew. We hope that you are enjoying the commencement of the new shool year. Earlier this month we shared a series of posts to encourage you on the start of your new home school year. We have hosted a 5 Day Not Back to … Read more

Celebrating the Seasons

“Celebrations are the ritualized interruptions in the continuum of daily life which remind us who we are, where we came from and where we are going.” -Milo Shannon-Thornberry  How do you celebrate the season? Celebrating the different seasons is done differently all over the world. I first heard about celebrating the different seasons when I … Read more

Homeschool Planning & Record Keeping ~ Not Back to School Blog Hop

There are many new families joining the homeschool community this year (and we’re so happy to have you) and I have been answering many questions. Many new families are curious about planning and recording progress. How do we do that? Are there special procedures or programs that we are required to use? Truthfully, that depends … Read more

How do I teach … ? ~ Not Back to School Blog Hop

How to Teach Toddlers (Especially If You Have Older Children). I have six children that are 17, 15, 12, 10, 8, and 20 months! Sometimes it can be hard to make sure they are all getting what they need – two high schoolers, a middle schooler, elementary kids, and a toddler! Sometimes I feel like … Read more

Homeschool Curriculum ~ Not Back to School Blog Hop

Living in Texas, in order to be a legitimate homeschool, you must have a curriculum that teaches grammar, reading, spelling, mathematics, and a study of good citizenship, and you must pursue that curriculum in a bona fide manner. This curriculum can be obtained from any source and can consist of books, workbooks, other written materials, … Read more

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