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”
This post wasn’t in my plans for today.
You see, earlier this afternoon, I was actually mentally preparing to record a video presenting next year’s relaxed homeschool high school curriculum. It suddenly dawned on me that, at first glance, most people will likely think my teenagers won’t be “doing enough.” After all, isn’t high school the time to start cracking down on academics and getting “serious” about learning?
A few years ago, I would have said yes. But that was before I actually had a homeschool graduate.
Like most homeschool parents, the thought of educating my kids through high school was pretty intimidating. I had the resolve to do it, but I wasn’t sure how. By default, I decided to follow the traditional school model of education. (Looking back, I honestly don’t know what I was thinking.) Continue reading “The Surprising Truth About Homeschooling High School”
I’ve now reached the final week in this series- homeschooling during the teen years. In case you missed the previous posts, over the past few weeks I’ve written about how to simply homeschool:
Today I’ll be finishing up with how to accomplish a relaxed homeschooling atmosphere while homeschooling teenagers. Continue reading “How to Homeschool Simply (The Teen Years)”
Homeschooling high school can seem like an intimidating prospect. Homeschooling, high school simply, however, turns a potentially daunting task into one in which not only much learning occurs, but a love of learning prospers. Continue reading “How to Homeschool High School English Simply and Effectively”