I wanted to share a project we're just finishing that we all enjoyed. Animal Habitats! But before we get to those, here's where the project stemmed from...
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
|Make an easy Ring Toss!|
I thought I'd show you a quick and easy ring toss game to make for a fun fall activity! I made this a few days ago and my kids have loved it! (We'll be using it during homeschool as well for a reward from the goals they're working on) Also great for a fall carnival, festival, Halloween party, birthday parties...you get the idea. :)
So here we are, a few weeks into our new year!
Operation Homeschool Adventure has officially begun!
I've been real busy (stressed) with getting our schedule set up so I haven't been on here much. I thought I'd share in the next posts, a few ways I've been organizing some of our work.
I made these "Word Clubs" (up to 800 most frequently used words) to help track how well my girls are doing with their sight word proficiency. The clubs (and a visit to our Treasure Tin after they've passed a group off) is a great motivator to keep them working towards reading fluency.
|50 Word Club, passed off by the student|
Thursday, May 8, 2014
*I do think that he goes off on a bit of a tangent with some of what he says about ADHD, but overall, I think it's great.
Here's also a great blog post written by KATHLEEN BERCHELMANN, M.D., entitled:
I'm planning on adding more later to this post, but in the mean time, what are your thoughts on homeschool?
Monday, April 28, 2014
Several years ago I came across a great tip about teaching Values. Linda and Richard Eyre have written many books about teaching children and this little gem has stayed with me for years. (I don't recall the exact book where they talked about this, but I'm sure this thought came from them.)
I don't know about you, but I often wonder if I'm teaching all of the values that are important to me in my day to day life to my kids.
Schools seem to be increasingly devoid of character education and...