Why write course descriptions ? Many people will tell you they aren't necessary, but here are three important reasons not to shirk on that job.
1. The College May Need Them
Course descriptions are best written each year, as you complete each class. Waiting until the last minute, when your child decides which college to attend and you find out they are required
When I was in school, we learned about the world in seemingly unrelated snippets. My teachers called the subject Social Studies .
Social Studies remains a core
Ahhhh, summer! It's the best season ever! June rolls around and our priorities turn to camping, vacation, snuggling young children, relaxing in a hammock, and reading great books. Have some watermelon, throw something on the grill, and enjoy the water. It's important to take a break, and spend some time relaxing so you are refreshed. Summer time - the living should
If you have students that like to use a more textbook-centered approach, like I did, then you'll find that this is a good curriculum for your family. The problem becomes what to do with Saxon Advanced Math on your homeschool transcript. For those of you who don't know, my sons both loved the Saxon math curriculum, and used it against my better