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Reading aloud is likely a cornerstone to your teaching when it comes to little learners, but do you keep it up after they’ve mastered reading on their own? You definitely should! The value and benefits of reading aloud is well supported by research –  and not just for younger kids. However, there tends to be...

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Whether or not to homeschool over the summer is a decision many homeschooling parents face. Some families love the flexibility and consistency of going year round. Others find a longer break works best for them. While there are no “right or wrong” answers, here are some of the pros and cons to homeschooling over the...

The post Should You Homeschool Over the Summer? The Pros And Cons appeared first on Homeschool Curriculum.

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Looking for math resources for your homeschool curriculum? You should check out 7 Generation Games. About 7 Generation Games 7 Generation Games makes games and apps to teach math. Games are available for all devices and easy-to-use. The games are aimed at kids age 8 to 14, covering math concepts from multiplication and division to...

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I used to be a homeschool kid, back when it was less mainstream and more unusual. Most people hadn’t heard of homeschooling, and when I tried to explain it to them, they’d give that look. The look that said, “Why aren’t you doing it like everyone else?” Then the questions. “Do you wear pajamas all...

The post How Homeschool Students can Engage in Extracurricular Activities appeared first on Homeschool Curriculum.

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Have you been skimping on the history and geography lessons you implement in your sixth-grader’s homeschooling? If so, don’t feel too bad. There are many parents that put these subjects on the back burner. However, now is the time to step up and create a curriculum that’s full of great information and fun. Remember, the...

The post How to Prepare History and Geography Curriculum for Sixth-Graders appeared first on Homeschool Curriculum.

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Whether you took a proper break from homeschooling during the holiday season or just dialed it back a bit, fully transitioning your child back into the swing of things can be a challenge. Both of you have probably become accustomed to a more relaxed routine, focusing more on the season’s excitement than lesson plans. With...

The post Helping Your Homeschooler Get Back into Schooling Post-Holiday appeared first on Homeschool Curriculum.

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There are several benefits offered by homeschooling a hyperactive child. For example, parents have the ability to customize the lesson plan based on a child’s needs and moods each day. Parents also have the ability to call for a “recess break,” if the child needs to get rid of some energy. They can even incorporate...

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For example, when learning about ancient history, the courses would cover the most important people from the bible. Children can learn about the people who played important roles in the Christian movement. It’s also important to remember that homeschooling is a lifestyle choice; as such, you have to put in the time to research the...

The post What is the Best Christian Homeschooling Curriculum? appeared first on Homeschool Curriculum.

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Homeschooling is an amazing opportunity for kids and parents. There’s no other form of education that is quite like it, and it offers so many options. One thing you may be wondering about is how to make learning fun and interesting? All kids are built differently. Some love to read and write. Others want to...

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You may have a big family. You may have a REALLY big family. Your family may be so big that people notice you everywhere you go. Whether you’re homeschooling two kids or ten kids, homeschooling multiples can be challenging. How do you make sure that everyone is getting the attention they need, the care they...

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