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Preschool and Kindergarten
Homeschool High School
Summer Enrichment Activities
Science, STEM, & STEAM
Art and Crafts
Reading and Spelling
Learning with Alexa
OT, PT, & SLP Therapy at Home
Montessori, Reggio, & Waldorf
Easy Meal Ideas
Clean Home, Happy Family
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If necessity is the mother of invention, then creativity is its father. Using creative homeschooling ideas to provide children with the time, opportunity, and means to explore and play creatively will help them develop essential problem-solving skills, observational study skills, and the desire to learn.
As homeschoolers, we have the opportunity to teach our children the importance of the sacrifices of men and women in the Armed Forces who have fought to protect our rights and privileges as United States citizens. These resources for Memorial Day include ideas for teaching your students the history and significance of Memorial Day, honoring the sacrifice of those who lost their lives securing our freedoms, and observing the holiday in a meaningful and respectful way.
Where are your family photos? Do you have pictures tucked away in a shoebox? On an old hard drive? Check out the resources in this Homeschool Living and create your own photography unit study. Learn about the history of cameras and how they’ve developed over the years, incorporate photography into other areas of study and work with your kids to preserve family memories, and explore ways to build and expand on this lifelong hobby.
Choosing a curriculum is one of the most enjoyable—and daunting—tasks for homeschool parents. There are so many things to consider: a child’s learning style, the parent’s teaching style, and of course…the family’s lifestyle. What works for one family may not be ideal for another. Fortunately, options abound, and you will find within these pages some of the best and most versatile options available, whether you’re looking for a full-spectrum curriculum or just one subject.
Free play offers children much more than the opportunity to develop creative skills. True free play, undirected by adults and not dominated by electronics, also helps children learn social skills, develop problem-solving skills, and fosters independence. Check out this Homeschool Living for some great reasons and ways to incorporate free play into your homeschool.
Creating unit studies is a fun way to explore a variety of subjects, and it’s surprising how much you can learn from one common topic. If you and your kids have enjoyed creating studies on Benjamin Franklin and bridges–or you’re still looking forward to them–check out all the fun things you can do with a volcanoes unit study!
Studying missions around the world is an excellent way to explore topics of faith, history, and the multitude of ways in which we can serve the Lord–wherever we are! Explore this list of missionaries around the world and use it to create your own missions unit study or inspire your students in further research.