There are many different ways to homeschool to college. Some teens aim to complete their high school years at home, then go directly into the world of work. Others go to community college and earn dual credit or work towards an Associates Degree. Other teens are homeschooling high school and planning to apply to a four year college. My 17-year-old daughter was one of them.
Choosing a homeschool writing curriculum can be a daunting task for any home educator, whether you are brand new or a seasoned one. Today here at The Curriculum Choice we’re sharing our favorite tried and true homeschool writing programs that span many ages. Homeschool Writing Curriculum There are plenty of choices available to home educators when it comes to homeschool writing curriculum. How do you
I’d like to share with you two helpful homeschooling books by Ruth Beechick that I read this summer. Dr. Beechick is a lifelong teacher and curriculum author who now writes mostly for homeschoolers. The Three R’s This small book (just over 100 pages) covers grades K-3. As you can guess from the title it covers the basics for those early grades. It contains three sections
It’s that time of year again where everyone is talking homeschool curriculum choices. Maybe you are just starting out and don’t know where to begin, or maybe you are using something you don’t love and looking for something new. Want to hear about homeschool curriculum choices from those of us that have been in the trenches? Well here is your chance! Making homeschool curriculum choices
Here at Curriculum Choice, we know the importance of language arts instruction from preschool through high school! If our children are to be great readers and writers, consistent language arts lessons are a must. Below are some of the many homeschool language arts curriculum reviews our Curriculum Choice authors have written on the vast variety of language arts. Our Homeschool Language Arts Curriculum Reviews You’ll
Are you a mom of a middle schooler who is thinking about whether or not to homeschool through high school? Or are you already homeschooling high school in your house? I am delighted to be given the opportunity to put together this group post for you on how to homeschool high school, featuring resources from myself and the other veteran homeschoolers who are authors here
Preschoolers, elementary and middle school children plus high school students too? Maybe you have a mix of ages or some that fall into each stage. A house full? Well, we’ve gathered the best reviews and tools from our Curriculum Choice archives plus encouraging posts from the blogs of our review team authors. All to help with the challenges – and blessings – of homeschooling multiple
If there is ever a place that a homeschool parent feels uneasy it’s heading into high school. I know I have been at that place. Nervous and excited all at the same time. But I am here to encourage you that it is an amazing blessing to be pouring into the lives of your young adults. The high school years are such an important time