Our eclectic style homeschool allows me to mix & match curriculum and pull resources from a variety of places, and I love doing it! Here is the sixth-grade homeschool curriculum I am using with my oldest child for “occupational education, science, math, language, social studies, history, health, reading, writing, spelling, and the development ofRead more
Music appreciation is a required homeschool subject in Washington state. Although the legal school age is not until 8-years-old here, you can get a jump start on some of the fun parts of homeschooling your child from an early age! That’s where programs like Musik At Home come into play.
Our lower grammar curriculum choices for 2016-2017 will include grades K4, 1st, and 2nd. We will also have 1 student in dialectic level (6th grade) and 4 in pre-school, or primer level. I will share about each of those levels in another blog post. These are the plans I currently have, but I mayRead more
We used Tapestry of Grace (Year 1) this last year and it has been wonderful. It provided a structured guideline for history, includes geography, and teaches social studies from a Christian perspective. Over the last year, I realized that I love literature-based homeschooling and that it creates the atmosphere that I want, as I teach allRead more
There are so many reasons why I love attending our local homeschool conference. If you have never been to one, you should find one near you and make plans to go! Every state has at least one large, main homeschool conference. For us, we attend the conference that is hosted by OCEANetwork (Oregon ChristianRead more