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Homeschooling High School: Favorite Writing Curriculum

Homeschooling High School: Favorite Writing Curriculum
If you ask 10 homeschoolers, you may get 10 different answers about favorite writing programs. Learning how to write well often starts with reading great writing. Having trouble finding books your middle schooler will love? I've done the work for you! Click to download: The HomeScholar Middle School Reading List Do you have any favorites for teaching composition beginning in 9th grade? Funny thing, I am a writer and editor by trade but haven't a clue...
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Guest — Lisa
We like IEW and started with level B this past year with a 5th and 7th grader. We didn't do a lot of formal writing before this pa... Read More
Saturday, 25 June 2011 18:14
Guest — Rebecca
I too was overwhelmed at the idea of watching hours of video to teach the IEW classes. So I didn't. I just purchased the student ... Read More
Friday, 24 June 2011 19:52
Guest — Alicia
I can't say enough about Institute for Excellence in Writing. They have a wonderful support loop with instructors who will help yo... Read More
Friday, 24 June 2011 17:54
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How Do You Teach State History So It's Not Boring?

How Do You Teach State History So It's Not Boring?
How do you teach State History so it's not boring? And do successful homeschoolers ever completely flop teaching something?Hi Lee, I would like to know if you can give any information on teaching Washington State History without making it boring. I have a book and an old version of switched on school house that isn't up to date, because it for 2000-01 school year. I want to make the study interesting not boring.~Homeschool Mom Hi there,I...
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Guest — Lita
* Explore your state capital's website or visit a local politician's office. * Play games: "Scrambled States of America", "Where ... Read More
Friday, 02 March 2012 13:22
Guest — Sarah Rachor
I recently discovered Studies Weekly. It is a weekly newspaper that makes state history fun. My son loves it. You can go to the... Read More
Monday, 23 January 2012 21:08
Guest — Nikki Rossiter
I would start with the history of your home town. A friend of mine took my kids and me on a History Tour of our little town of St... Read More
Thursday, 22 September 2011 06:41
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