I use a couple of curriculum programs and follow them quite closely for what I consider the most important subjects: Language Arts and Math. But, when it comes to Science, History, Music, Art, etc. we do mostly “Delight Directed” or “student lead” or “lifestyle of learning” or whatever you want to call letting the child read,Read more
After listening to a CD on “the best homeschooling ideas” by Debi Pearl, I decided to do Bible & art together in our homeschool. It has been loved by everyone involved! This is great for all ages. Older children can either take notes or draw their own interpretation of the scripture, depending on their learning style.
We currently homeschool Jan.-Nov., so we are not starting school in a couple weeks like so many others. We are actually on week 20 of 34 weeks in our Language Arts program (The Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading) and have only about 20 days worth of Arithmetic (Abeka) left for this school year forRead more
I have been quite nervous about teaching my next child to read since my oldest was SO easy (he almost taught himself)… but things are going awesome! Hadassah is much more of a hands-on learner than Josiah was/is. She really loves writing the letters best. I have had her practice writing with pencil and paper,Read more