We had several new blog posts last month. If you missed them, here they all are:
FREE Mother's Day Unit Study
Mother's Day Gifts That Kids Can Make
FREE Printable Camping Journal for Kids
40 FREE Ways to Prevent Summer Slide
Pandemic School at Home is Nothing Like Regular Homeschooling
Hi Kena! Welcome to Homeschool Speak! It can be difficult to juggle work and homeschooling, but worth it. In the past, I've worked outside of the home four or five nights a week. Currently, I work from home part-time. I have a 7th-grader too and a 5th-grader.
According to this article, the number of families homeschooling at the start of the 2020-2021 school year had doubled to 11.1% of households. Those doing virtual public school at home were not counted as homeschoolers.
So, if you're new to homeschooling this year because of the pandemic, you...
Hey everyone! I hope you're having a great week.
Here are all of our new or updated blog posts this month:
Christ Centered Easter Traditions
How the Kids Can Help With Planning Your Spring Garden
Should Homeschoolers Use Standardized Tests?
Container Gardening for Kids
You may also want to check out Easy Peasy All-in-One High School. It's a free complete online homeschool curriculum.
Easy Peasy is listed on Freedom Homeschooling's all-in-one curriculum page. You can read Cathy Duffy's review of Easy Peasy here, although it focuses on their K through 8th...
Hmm.... I don't really have many school supplies that I'd consider an investment.
I guess I'd have to go with our electric pencil sharpener too. We use it every day.
We have a black and white laser printer. The toner cartridges are only $12 and print about 2,600 pages. While I'd occasionally...
I don't personally have experience with online schools, but Acellus, Time4Learning, and Monarch are the online programs I hear people mention a lot. They are all pretty reasonably priced.
BJU and Abeka also offer video-based courses. They both cost more but are known for being more academically...
Recently, I've been busy searching for new free curriculum and resources to add to FreedomHomeschooling.com. Y'all are in luck because I've found a ton! Click/tap the links below to see all of the new free homeschooling resources.
Here's what's new on our free curriculum pages:
Can he go to a community college for his first two years and then transfer to a university for his final two years? That's what I did and it was a great way to save a bunch of money. Also, I actually enjoyed my time at the community college much more than the university I transferred to.
I haven't been posting here as often recently, so here's a recap of our blog posts over the last few months.
How to Choose Age Appropriate Books for Your Children
Crafts & Activities for Dr. Seuss Books
Affordable High School Electives
Saint Patrick’s Day Free Unit Study
The Watsons Go to...