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Homeschool High School: Teaching Health

Homeschool High School: Teaching Health
Homeschool health requirements vary by state.  Check your state homeschool law, and see what your state may require for health. Unless your state requires it, you don’t have to teach Health every year of high school. Some states want Health to be a requirement for graduation, but colleges generally don’t care about it much. Some colleges want to see students who take health as a separate course, while others assume it is included in Physical Education...
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Guest — J W
I just chuck A Beka Health at Big Sis each year, and she whips right through it. It's pretty good, although it tends to be a litt... Read More
Thursday, 19 November 2009 20:54
Guest — Julie
Christy, have him do the Public Health badge also. If you sign up as the MBC, you'll have control over the depth of some of the "... Read More
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 03:03
Guest — christy
funny. the things we think we HAVE to do. In Texas, of course, I don't have to do health. I have a SOS 6th grade Health program th... Read More
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 11:39
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How to Put PE on a Homeschool Transcript

How to Put PE on a Homeschool Transcript
Most PE classes will include a variety of experiences, sports, skills, and perhaps nutrition or health as well.  When you are listing your PE on your homeschool transcript, chances are it will be a combination of different things. Think of it this way, you might have a unit of swimming lessons that was 50 hours, a unity of circuit training that lasted 50 hours, and a unit on health that lasted 50 hours.  Even if you...
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Guest — Lee
Angela, You'll need to estimate the number of hours spend in class to determine if it's a full credit alone. Because you are requi... Read More
Sunday, 13 March 2016 12:30
Guest — Angela
I have a 17 year old who will be taking a CPR Certified class soon. Can I put that on his transcript and if so, how many credits w... Read More
Sunday, 13 March 2016 12:12
Guest — Ann
"Sometimes easy is OK" -- great takeaway here!
Monday, 17 March 2014 17:57
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Olympics and Homeschool PE

Olympics and Homeschool PE
I love watching the Olympics, don't you? Have you ever thought about how homeschooling and the Olympics collide?Watching the Olympics can encourage young athletes. Some of our best Olympians have been homeschooled. It makes it much easier to get an education and have the time needed to practice your sport.Watching the Olympics together, and incorporating that into your homeschool can be included in your physical education class. Read this article on Physical Education Outside the Box for more...
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Can't Go Outside? Physical Education Inside the House

Can't Go Outside? Physical Education Inside the House
In this video, I share strategies for teaching homeschool PE when your students can't go outside. Subscribe to my YouTube channel. You will be notified when I create new videos on homeschool high school topics!
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Incorporating Games into Homeschool

Incorporating Games into Homeschool
Have you heard of Brainetics~ What is your opinion? You are a Rich Blessing from the Lord:)))))))~Tausha {blessed mommy of 1/2 dozen} from SC Dear Tausha,I'm a HUGE fan of incorporating games into your homeschool - even at the high school level!  I have written two articles about it:Homeschool Vocabulary,  Homeschool PEI haven't used Brainetics, but I've seen it in the stores and it all looks great.  Not a complete curriculum, but certainly a fun supplement...
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