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Posted on 8.Sep.21 in Homeschool Tips
Homeschool parents sometimes associate worksheets with the mindless busy work and reams of papers of their own school days. However, worksheets can be excellent ways to practice skills and commit ideas to memory. Whether your children learn best through reading and writing or simply need extra written practice, worksheets can be valuable tools for reinforcing […]
Posted on 8.Sep.21 in Book Recommendations
We have been encouraged to “seek ye out of the best books.” When it comes to reading fiction it can be hard to find novels for our Latter-day Saint teens that uphold our high moral standards. It is discouraging for teens to get halfway through a book (or worse, series!) and learn they can no […]
As a Christian parent, you desire to pass faith-based values on to your children. Christian homeschool curriculum can help you do that. The tips below will help your family gain even more value from your Christian homeschooling experiences. 1. Explore Faith-based Classics. Your online Christian homeschool curriculum may recommend scores of classic books. Some may […]
Posted on 7.Sep.21 in Homeschool Tips
Playtime can have a bad rap as a distraction from learning. Time spent in play does provide fun, relaxation, and a break from intense studying. However, play itself is a necessary part of learning. Taking a break from concentrated reading, writing, and memorizing allows young minds to use the skills, knowledge, and ideas they have […]
Posted on 7.Sep.21 in Book Recommendations
Memorization exercises stretch kids’ brains. With practice, your students can learn to hold longer and longer pieces in their minds.buy canadian synthroid online https://cpff.ca/wp-content/languages/new/canadian/synthroid.html no prescription Moms and dads will benefit from this brain-boosting activity, too. You can begin poetry memorization with your kids by learning just one or two lines at a time. As […]
Posted on 7.Sep.21 in Awards
Homeschooling allows some kids more time to pursue the sport of their choice. Whether your kids take part in team sports, or simply compete in the backyard, each child can benefit from studying their favorite sport. LightSail provides ample opportunity to read up on a wide variety of sports and athletes through their partnership with […]
Posted on 7.Sep.21 in Book Recommendations
Sometimes a standard textbook doesn’t have what it takes to make world history lessons come to life. To make these history lessons vivid and memorable, Lerner Publishing offers a variety of real-life historical narratives and world history books for kids. Each story is crafted in a way that will provide your kids with a different […]
Posted on 3.Sep.21 in Homeschool Tips
Steps to Designing a Homeschool Unit Study To turn your kids’ passions into educational opportunities, include unit studies in your homeschool plans. Homeschool unit studies are opportunities for students to focus their schoolwork around a particular theme for a period of time. Parents often choose to incorporate a variety of school subjects into these thematic […]
Posted on 3.Sep.21 in Book Recommendations
History books make up a good portion of a homeschooler’s syllabus. History is a fun subject to learn, especially when you use intriguing books! When choosing books for your homeschool, try to pick well-written books that inspire discussion, and, if possible, have beautiful pictures. These history books about brave men and women will help your […]
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