Middle and High School

What to Teach in Middle School

Middle school! Preparing for high school can be overwhelming. Wondering what to teach in middle school? Here are a few basic concepts that need to be taught in middle school.

The past few weeks we have been taking a look at homeschooling middle school. Check out part one and part two to see topics discussed thus far.  As we shared, homeschooling middle school is a time of transition for the homeschool mom and the student. It is a time of more responsibility, fewer hands on cutesy stuff, and more independent learning.  This week we are going to continue discussing what to teach in middle school.

Homeschooling Middle School

Feeling overwhelmed at the thought of homeschooling middle school? Not anymore! This series will break down homeschooling middle school step by step.

This fall I will have my very first middle schooler. I’ll admit I am a little overwhelmed at the prospect of teaching higher level subjects. I also know after middle school comes…. HIGH SCHOOL! Where did my baby go?!

Top Tips for Homeschooling Tweens

Homeschooling tweens can be a challenge, but allowing your tween to grow and learn in the safety of their own home will oftentimes better prepare them for adulthood.

Oh the “tween” years otherwise known as Middle School :)  This is a time where our kids are experiencing a great deal of physical, emotional and spiritual growth.  It is a time where peer pressure and self image plays a huge role. These socially formative years are a great time to be homeschooling because our kids are able to learn in a safe environment free from a lot of these pressures.

Four Online Learning Tools for Teenagers

There are many online learning tools available on the web or mobile devices. Finding a learning tool that fits your teen’s needs and interests is crucial.

Our teens were born into a world where technology abounds. They easily adopt new technologies and many text as quickly as they breathe. Teens are tech savvy, and learn well through technology. Because of this, it is important to have tools available to them that are natural, and easy for them to use and understand.

How to Prep Your Homeschool Child for the ACT or SAT

ACT and SAT prep

If you are homeschooling a high schooler, you probably realize that college testing season will be here before you know it, and as a homeschool parent you may be concerned about how to best prep your homeschool child for the ACT or SAT. Homeschool parents are typically the sole person responsible for their child’s education so this can make testing season rather stressful. You may wonder if you taught everything your child needs to know, and if your child isn’t used to standardized testing you may wonder if they are fully prepared to take the tests.