When you choose to homeschool, there are, what seems like, mountains of things to choose to set up your homeschool. Not the least of which, is a homeschool grading scale. The grading scale can seem difficult when you first think about it, but with the tips that follow, I'll have you feeling more confident in no time.
While your student is in
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
College application has it's own unique vocabulary. As you look toward college admission, you'll notice you have many different choices on how to apply. Here are the NACAC definitions of terms for different kinds of application plans. If you need a primer on what "application" means, this blog post is for you.
Non-Restrictive Application Plans: All… Read More
Games for high school students can make learning more fun. Learning through games requires a careful balance of structure and fun (so the kids don't go crazy) and an amount of teen independence (so the mom doesn't go crazy.) Good thing for you, you're reading this just prior to the holidays! A great pre-holiday shopping guide for the teens in your