Well, here it is – my final post dedicated to presenting next year’s homeschool curriculum.
As with our chosen curriculum for the littles and middles, my teenagers’ (who will be in grades 9 and 11) learning remains as relaxed as possible, which I know really goes against the grain when it comes to most homeschooled high schoolers.
The thing is, last year I graduated my first homeschooler, and that experience really helped me to realize that I’m far more interested in preparing my kids to become adults than I am in stuffing them with trivial facts and dates. So if you’re looking for a vast array of textbook selections, you won’t find that here. 😉 Continue reading “Our 2018/2019 Relaxed Homeschool Curriculum for High School”
Don’t you just love back-to-homeschool time? Everywhere you turn, excited moms are sharing their plans for the new school year. It is such an awesome experience to see how different homeschooling can look from house to house, and how, despite the differences, they’re all equally impressive.
Today I though I’d share what I have in store for my 15 and 17 year old. I will admit that these choices aren’t set in stone- but then again, nothing in homeschool should be, right? Another thing I’ll also point out is that, although I have them “labeled” as 10th and 12th grade students, I don’t actually use a single resource that is grade level specific.
Not one. To me, grade levels are just an arbitrary holdover from traditional school. In fact, we only use them so that:
- our kids know which Sunday School class to attend, and
- because our school district assigns them grade levels in their records, anyway.
So, with that being said, let’s get started! Continue reading “Our 2017/2018 Relaxed Homeschool Curriculum for 10th and 12th Grade”