Elementary

Top Tips for Teaching Your Child Good Study Habits

As my oldest enters middle school I am realizing the importance of teaching her good study habits. So far this has consisted of telling her to “go study for your test”.  That is the same thing I was told as a child. It didn’t work out to well for me…. AND based on her last history grade it’s not working out that great for her either.

3 Tips to Teaching a Child to Read

Years ago when I was longing to be a teacher, my desired grade was 1st. Why? Because at the time this is the grade when teachers taught their students to read. I LOVED reading and volunteered throughout Jr. High, High School and College in the reading lab.

All About Summer Reading

Summer is here and along with it is plenty of time to relax, enjoy our kids, and make memories! One of our favorite summer activities cost little to no money, and my kids enjoy it year after year. It could still count as “school” but, the kids don’t know that! What is it?

Make Summer Learning Happen!

It is summertime for most of us. The books are closed, and summer break is here! As homeschoolers, we have the luxury of understanding that learning can happen anytime, even during the summer. But, what does summer learning look like? Whatever you want it too! There are many ways to let the learning continue throughout the summer.

How to Organize a Homeschool Portfolio

Whether or not your state requires homeschool assessment it is a good idea to keep a record of your child’s schoolwork each year. One way to do this is by keeping a portfolio. Homeschool portfolios can be as in depth or simple as you want to make them.

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